Rangnang Museum Completed in DPRK

Pyongyang, September 29 (KCNA) -- The Rangnang Museum was wonderfully completed in the DPRK under the Party's national cultural heritage protection policy.

The museum, built in the Rangnang area of Pyongyang City, shows the time-honored history and splendid culture of the Korean nation in an intensive way. It will help convey the Culture of Rangnang, originated from Ancient Korea (early 30th century B.C. - 108 B.C.), to posterity and serve as an educational base for enhancing the people's national pride and prestige.

Attending the inaugural ceremony held on Sept. 28 were Ri Myong Chol and Hong Chol Jin, secretaries of the Pyongyang City Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea, officials of party and power organs and the national heritage protection sector, teachers, researchers, working people and students in the city.

Choe Hui Thae, chairman of the Pyongyang City People's Committee, made an inaugural speech.

The speaker stressed that the Rangnang Museum of peculiar style is a proud creation provided on the initiative and under the wise guidance of the peerlessly great men who correctly formulated the national history of 5 000 years and worked heart and soul to add luster to the superiority of the Korean nation.

He said that the officials and employees of the museum should preserve and manage the relics and remains in a responsible manner and ensure the explanation about them in a realistic way to implant the Korean nation-first spirit in the working citizens and schoolchildren.

After the inaugural ceremony, the participants went round the museum. -0-

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