An art exhibition dealing with the campaign conducted in the DPRK to recover the flood-hit areas of North Hamgyong Province was opened at the Pyongyang International House of Culture on Monday.

On display there are more than 70 fine art works, including Korean paintings, oil paintings and embroideries, produced by artists across the country.

Among them are paintings showing new streets and villages successfully built in the flood-hit areas and happy schoolchildren of the areas on the way to camping.