The completion ceremony of Pyongyang Central Zoo and Nature Museum of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) was held in Pyongyang on Sunday.
More than 100 thousand local residents visited the two attractions on the first day of the opening.
The newly-built Museum is located inside the Central Zoo. Covering an area of 35,000 square meters, the museum is divided into the Hall of Universe, the Hall of Animals and the Hall of Plants, among others.
The museum is also equipped with interactive device to offer a fun way of learning about the nature.
The Central Zoo has now become more visitor-friendly after the renovation, with more service facilities and amusing designs.
The Pyongyang Central Zoo, originally built in 1959, is located near Mountain Taesong in downtown Pyongyang. The zoo has over 7200 animals, comprising a total of 800 species and covers an area of roughly one squre kilometers.