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Two giant pandas make themselves at home in the Netherlands

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04-13-2017 14:13 BJT

(Source: CGTN)

Cute and cuddly "panda-monium" hit the Netherlands on Wednesday, with the arrival of the country's first giant pandas.

The zoo, in the Dutch town of Rhenen, is full of Chinese elements. Its architectural style is based on a traditional Chinese palace and the materials used to build it were all imported from China. It's divided into two parts and each contains three storeys, with a lounge bridge connecting the two parts.

The fairyland for the Giant Pandas, Xing Ya and Wu Wen, is more than 9,000 square-meters. The pair will stay there for the next 15 years as part of the zoo's "Pandasia" exhibition.

Cute and cuddly "panda-monium" hit the Netherlands on Wednesday, with the arrival of the country

Cute and cuddly "panda-monium" hit the Netherlands on Wednesday, with the arrival of the country's first giant pandas.

The fairyland for the Giant Pandas, Xing Ya and Wu Wen, is more than 9,000 square-meters. The pair will stay there for the next 15 years as part of the zoo

The fairyland for the Giant Pandas, Xing Ya and Wu Wen, is more than 9,000 square-meters. The pair will stay there for the next 15 years as part of the zoo's "Pandasia" exhibition.