Mansudae Overseas Projects
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Mansudae Overseas Projects is a construction company from North Korea. It is the international commercial division of the Mansudae Art Studio. As of August 2011, it had earned an estimated US$ 160 million overseas building monuments and memorials.
In Namibia, Mansudae Overseas Projects has designed two major projects:
- Heroes' Acre (inaugurated August 2002) with a statue of the unknown soldier near Windhoek, Namibia.
- The New State House (finished in 2008) on a 40.4 ha site in Windhoek.
a statue of Béhanzin in Benin
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- New State House for New Nation in AllAfrica.com via New Era, 20 March 2008. (registration required)
- MENGES, WERNER (June 5, 2005). "Heroes' monument losing battle". The Nambian. Retrieved 11 October 2012.
- "Agostinho Neto Mausoleum". The Angolan Market. May 28, 2011. Retrieved 11 October 2012.
- "Kim Yong Nam Visits Angolan Cultural Center under Construction". KCNA. March 25. Retrieved 11 October 2012.
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