Korean Central History Museum
The Korean Central History Museum is a museum located in Pyongyang, North Korea. It was established on December 1, 1945. It contains displays on Korean history from primitive society to the modern age. The museum is located at the north end of Kim Il-sung Square.
- Democratic People's Republic of Korea - Museums (Archived April 3, 2013, at WebCite)
- "Korean Central History Museum, Centre of History Education". Voice of Korea. Archived from the original on 16 February 2016. Retrieved 5 December 2015.
O Hae Ryong, Curator of the Korean Central History Memeum, says: 'The great leader Kim Il Sung, though busy with the building of a new country, established the present Korean Central History Museum on December 1, 1945.[']Cite uses deprecated parameter
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- Korean Central Historical Museum. Pyongyang: Korean Central Historical Museum. 1979. OCLC 9565351.
- The Korean Central History Museum. Pyongyang: Korea Pictorial. 2006.
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