Colorful cave Renmun in North Korea, located in the county Kucan of North Phyongan Province, is actually an underground attraction. Meanwhile, it is rare in the world of natural attraction by a variety of forms of caves. In fact, this large cave formed as a result of a long process of dissolution and corrosion layer of limestone underground water. According to scientists, this cave appeared 480 million years ago. Besides, it consists of two main branches of the caves, and more than 30 caves. And inside the cave there’s a variety of natural wonders, like a copy of the beautiful mountains and rivers.
At one point the solid stalagmites, on the other – stones of different colors, and the third – the types that resemble terrestrial landscapes. The cave characterized by a variety of forms of caves-branches. In particular, Stalagmite with a pattern of lotus flowers in Cave Kvanmen, Waterfall Geum in the Palace Geum (vertical waterfall 30 m high), and others attributed to the global attractions.