North Korea has put Kim Jong-Il's yacht in the family mausoleum and had to build a railway to get it there, a report said Friday as Pyongyang prepares to mark one year since the late leader's death.
File photo of the Kumsusan Memorial Palace where North Korean founding father Kim Il-Sung lies in state in the North Korean capital Pyongyang. Kim Jong-Il's yacht has been put in the family mausoleum and a railway had to be built to get it there, a report said Friday as Pyongyang prepares to mark one year since the late leader's death.
The reclusive state has been putting together a collection of some of Kim's possessions at the Kumsusan Memorial Palace in Pyongyang, which houses the preserved body of his father, Kim Il-Sung, Yonhap news agency said.
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