The army and people of the DPRK significantly celebrated the 105th birth anniversary of President Kim Il Sung.
A large number of people visited the plaza of the Kumsusan Palace of the Sun. The visitors in humble reverence paid tribute to President Kim Il Sung and leader Kim Jong Il before their smiling portraits.
Service personnel, civilians from all walks of life and school youth and children visited the statues of the great leaders and their smiling portraits on Mansu Hill in Pyongyang and other parts of the country and to pay homage to them.
An endless stream of visitors flew to the Mangyongdae, the birthplace of the President.
Looking round the mementoes preserved at the low-roofed thatched house in Mangyongdae, the visitors recalled the exploits of the President and the revolutionary careers of Mangyongdae family members.
Reverence for the President pervaded the venue of the 19th Kimilsungia Festival in Pyongyang and Kimilsungia exhibition halls in all provinces.
At photo exhibitions in the capital city and provinces, working people of various strata looked back upon the history of the President’s revolutionary activities and the history of the DPRK which advanced along the road of prosperity under his leadership.
Performances of provincial art groups were given in Chongjin, Sariwon, Kanggye and other cities.
Celebration performances were also staged by working people and youth and students across the country.