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Bust graves at the cemetery


The Revolutionary Martyr's Cemetery is a military cemetery outside of Pyongyang, dedicated to the "Revolutionary Struggle" against Japanese occupation, namely those who fought alongside Kim Il-Sung as a "guerilla fighter" during the 1930s and 1940s.

The cemetery is located on significantly elevated ground at the top of a hill, looking down upon the city. Those who are buried in it are represented by Bronze busts. It is the final resting places of several significant members of the Kim family, including Kim Jong-Suk, Kim Il-Sung's first wife and also his mother Kang Pan-Sok.

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This article is part of a series on Pyongyang


Places: Arch of Triumph- Arch of Reunification- Grand People's Study House- Juche Tower- Kim Il-Sung Square- Kumusan Palace of the Sun- Mansu Grand Hill Monument- Mansudae Art Studio- Mangyongdae native house- Pyongyang Metro- Pyongyang Railway Station- Pyongyang Zoo- Reunification Street- Ryomyong Street- Revolutionary Martyr's Cemetery- Science Street- Taedong River Victorious Fatherland Liberation War Museum- Yanggakdo Island
Hotels: Yanggakdo international hotel- Koryo Hotel- Sosan Hotel- Ryugyong Hotel (unfinished)

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