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    • Entertainment, North Korean Style: The New Natural History Museum in Pyongyang
    • Entertainment, North Korean Style: The New Natural History Museum in Pyongyang
    • Entertainment, North Korean Style: The New Natural History Museum in Pyongyang
    • Entertainment, North Korean Style: The New Natural History Museum in Pyongyang
    • Entertainment, North Korean Style: The New Natural History Museum in Pyongyang
    • Entertainment, North Korean Style: The New Natural History Museum in Pyongyang
    • Entertainment, North Korean Style: The New Natural History Museum in Pyongyang
    • Entertainment, North Korean Style: The New Natural History Museum in Pyongyang
    • Entertainment, North Korean Style: The New Natural History Museum in Pyongyang
    • Entertainment, North Korean Style: The New Natural History Museum in Pyongyang
    • Entertainment, North Korean Style: The New Natural History Museum in Pyongyang
    • Entertainment, North Korean Style: The New Natural History Museum in Pyongyang
    • Entertainment, North Korean Style: The New Natural History Museum in Pyongyang
    • Entertainment, North Korean Style: The New Natural History Museum in Pyongyang
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    Soldiers stand at the entrance of a zoo as they visit it in Pyongyang, North Korea, September 12, 2018.

    This photo gallery compiled by Sputnik offers you a glimpse of some of the North Korean capital's attractions, such as the natural history museum that was recently opened to the public.

    The construction of the new natural history museum reportedly began in 2014 along with a number of other projects, such as high-rise apartments, an equestrian center and a massive water park.

    The museum was built as part of Pyongyang's existing zoo.

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