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This beauty tower is around of the very nice view in front the Taedong river,
The Juche Tower is the second tallest monumental column in the world after the San Jacinto Monument, which is 2.9 metres (9.5 ft) taller.
The tower provides nice views over Pyongyang. Nothing more, nothing less
The tower has plates from supporting associations in the world for the Juche ideals.
A lift will bring you up to the top. For 5 Euro per person.
A tall tower with a great view! The tour guide also told stories explaining the symbolic features of the building bricks. The view was excellent and the small elevator fee was absolutely worth the waiting line.
This was one of my highlights on my Pyongyang tour. It only costs 5 euros to ascend to the top, and the views are amazing. The giftshop is great, and you can even get some creepy super high content alcohol with dead snakes and squid...More
Can be seen from many locations in Pyongyang and looks spectacular.
The visit to the tower and trip to the top was fantastic.
As with most aspects of NK and Pyongyang there is a lot of propaganda spoken about the ideology associated with the Tower...More
It doesn’t cost much at all to head up the Juche Tower and although it’s a pretty small space up there it is an ace view. I’d definitely recommend a brief trip up just to get some great pics of the city and to get...More
The Juche Tower is a symbol of the Juche idea (national self reliance, literally “Master of one’s self”) penned by Kim Il Sung. For 5 euros you can catch the lift to the top of the Tower for spectacular views over Pyongyang.
The on-site guide told us that this is the talllest concrete tower in the world (I did not check). I would recommend the visit to this tower despite 6 Euros a ticket per person for the sheer view of the city from the top. On...More