In Siem Reap, Cambodia, a new museum, called the Angkor Panorama Museum recently opened. It features dizzying displays of grandiose artworks, including a 360-degree painted mural of a 12th-century Angkorian battle. But almost the entire museum—and the artwork inside—was conceived in North Korea and by one of their largest art studios, Mansudae. Head to the New York Times for look inside the new space, and to learn how the unlikely museum came to be.
A New Museum Opens in Cambodia, Created in North Korea