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Monument to Party Founding 
  The Monument to Party Founding was unveiled on October 10, Juche 84(1995) on the occasion of the 50th founding anniversary of the Workers' Party of Korea.
  The monumental structure stands in Munsu Street of the capital Pyongyang, telling the immortal Party building exploits of the great leaders Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il forever.


  It consists of the tower bodies depicting the hammer, sickle and writing brush, a girdle embossed with the slogan "Long live the Workers' Party of Korea which organizes and guides all victories of the Korean people!", a plinth and three group bronze sculptures in relief.
  The tower bodies are 50 metres high, the interior of the girdle is 42 metres across, its exterior 50 metres across and the plinth 70 metres across.
  The vertical towers depicting the hammer, sickle and writing brush firmly held by the worker, farmer and intellectual are surrounded by the girdle. The monument intensively shows the character and great exploits of the WPK as a Juche-type mass party with the workers, farmers and intellectuals as its components.
  Seen inside the girdle are three large group sculptures in relief showing the historical root of the WPK, the might of the single-minded unity and the struggle of the WPK and the Korean people for the accomplishment of the human cause of independence.







  Each group sculpture is 4.1 metres high and 28 metres long.
  The Monument to Party Founding is a symbol of the WPK struggling for the revolutionary cause of Juche and the human cause of independence, and a symbol of the single-minded unity of the Korean society in which the entire people are advancing in firm unity around the Party and the leader with one mind and purpose.