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Grand Panorama Museum at Angkor Wat

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Have you ever heard about "Grand Panorama Museum” ? This is a culture and history museum that North Korea constructed at Angkor Wat in Cambodia, a world-famous tourist attraction by investing 21 million U.S. dollars.

The museum, whose construction was spearheaded by North Korean artists` group Mansudae Art Studio, is the largest construction project that the North has ever conducted overseas. In return for donating the museum to Cambodia, North Korea will reportedly secure the right to operate the facility for 10 years and collect entrance fees.

Anyway, If you will pay $8 for entrance fees, what do you have any ideas this money will be used for? Your money must be used for strengthen most brutal line of hereditary dictatorship. More precisely, your money will be useful in keeping mummified corpse of Nort korea dictator Kim jong un's grandpa Kim il sung and making gold statue of his father Kim jong-il over.

In fact, 'Grand Panorama Museum project' is definitely going to be a funnel for making money for North Korea, which is facing economic sanctions. More seriously, North Korea can fool this money away for developing nuke and missile. North Korea won't use this money for the improvement of living conditions of people in the North.

If you have a chance to visit "Grand Panorama Museum” at Angkor Wat, you should think over what your entrance fees can be used for.

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