Natural monuments of North Korea
This is a partial list of the natural monuments of North Korea. A total of 935 natural monuments have been designated.
Natural monuments of North Korea - Wikipedia
Dok-do
Dok-do is a small, rocky island in the north-eastern East Sea lying about 15 km off the western coast of North Korea. It rises to a height of 85 m and has an area of 18 ha. Based on s...
Lake Samilpo
Lake Samilpo is an 80 ha freshwater lake in south-eastern Kangwon Province in south-eastern North Korea. It lies about 2 km from the coast of the Sea of Japan and 9 km north-west of the...
Lake Samilpo - Wikipedia
Sogam-do, Daegam-do, Zung-do, Ae-do and Hyengzedo Islands Important Bird Area
The Sogam-do, Daegam-do, Zung-do, Ae-do and Hyengzedo Islands Important Bird Area comprises a group of small islands, with a collective area of 18 ha, in the north-eastern Yellow Sea, lying close...
Sogam-do, Daegam-do, Zung-do, Ae-do and Hyengzedo Islands Important Bird Area - Wikipedia
Anbyon Field
Anbyon Field is a 1000 ha wetland site in Kangwon Province of North Korea. It is one of the state’s designated Natural Monuments and has been identified by BirdLife International as an Important...
Anbyon Field - Wikipedia
Rab-do and Muki-do Islands Important Bird Area
The Rab-do and Muki-do Islands Important Bird Area comprises a group of two small islands, with a collective area of 40 ha, in the north-eastern Yellow Sea, lying close to the western coast of No...
Rab-do and Muki-do Islands Important Bird Area - Wikipedia
Lake Tungjong and Lake Chonapo Important Bird Area
The Lake Tungjong and Lake Chonapo Important Bird Area is a 2100 ha site lying on the western shore of the Sea of Japan, about 30 km east of the city of Wonsan in north-eastern Kangwon Provi...
Mayang Chosuji
Mayang Reservoir is a 376 ha artificial lake, or reservoir, lying in the mountains of North Hamgyong Province of North Korea at an altitude of 720 m above sea level. It is one of North Kore...
Mayang Chosuji - Wikipedia