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N 4 B 10.7K C 2 E May 15, 2009 F May 25, 2009
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© Eric Lafforgue
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N 1 B 2.9K C 0 E Sep 11, 2011 F Nov 27, 2011
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© Eric Lafforgue
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Tags:   8504 inside north korea dprk north korea coree asia asie 북한 korea Corea del Nord Корея северная 朝鮮民主主義人民共和国 Corea del Norte Coreia do Norte เกาหลีเหนือ Nordkorea Βόρεια 北朝鮮 rpdc 조선민주주의인민공화국 Kim Jong-Un war

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Tags:   Pyongyang DPRK North Korea 조선민주주의인민공화국 Demokratische Volksrepublik Коре́йская Наро́дно-Демократи́ческая Респу́блика КНДР Corée du Nord República Popular Democrática de Corea 조선 Hermit Kingdom Ray Cunningham North Korea 平壤 평양 Corea del Norte Корейская Народно-Демократическая Республика Koreai Népi Demokratikus Köztársaság

N 1 B 306 C 0 E Mar 20, 2013 F Mar 20, 2013
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15. April 2012. Pyongyang. Puhŭng ("Prosperity") Metro Station. Pyongyang Metro is the deepest metro in the world, they say. (Although Russia says the same thing of their Saint Petersburg Metro.) "Puhŭng" means "revitalization" or "prosperity." Station names aren't based on location, but rather themes from North Korea's revolution.

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Mass Games ribbon girls

rom Wikipedia: Mass games or mass gymnastics are a form of gymnastics in which large numbers of performers take part in a highly regimented performance that emphasizes group dynamics rather than individual prowess. Because of the vast scale of the performance, with often tens of thousands of performers, mass games are performed in stadiums, often accompanied by a background of card-turners occupying the seats on the opposite side from the viewers. Mass games are typically used to emphasize themes of political propaganda. They developed alongside 19th century nationalist movements, particularly the Czech Sokol movement, as they embodied youth, strength, militarism, and unity.

Mass gymnastics parades were popular in Nazi Germany and Soviet Union.

The post-World War II mass games were developed in other countries under communism, notably in Romania.

Today, mass games are regularly performed only in North Korea, where they take place to celebrate national holidays such as the birthdays of rulers Kim Il-sung and Kim Jong-il. In recent years, they have been the main attraction of the Arirang Festival in Pyongyang. The 2004 film A State of Mind details the training of two young girls from Pyongyang who perform in the mass games.

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