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The Arirang Mass Games, held in the Rungnado May Day stadium (incidentally the largest in the world by seating capacity), retells the history of the country, well, their version of it at least. The performance is famed for huge mosaics created by thousands of school children and complex mass gymnastics and dance routines.

Date 24 September 2008, 20:21
Source Arirang Mass Games, Pyongyang, North Korea
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Author Kok Leng Yeo from Singapore, Singapore

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39° 3′ 0.42″ N, 125° 46′ 25.37″ E

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