North Korea In Widescreen: Panoramas of life and landscapes in North Korea as presented by: National Geographic

Kindergarten kids' drawings that depict children killing U.S. soldiers hang on the wall at Kaeson Kindergarten in central Pyongyang on March 9, 2013. For North Koreans, the systematic indoctrination of anti-Americanism starts as early as kindergarten. North Korean women descend the steps of Mansu Hill in Pyongyang after bowing beneath the feet of two statues to pay respects to their late leaders Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il. North Korean hospital staff use traditional Koryo-style medicine to treat a man suffering from chronic stomach pain at Pyongyang Medical College on February 21, 2013. Both modern and traditional styles of healing have long been uniquely intertwined across North Korea, with doctors from both schools working in tandem under one roof.

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