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Event launched to revisit sites with significance of revolutionary history

2021-March-29       Source: Newsgd.com

The event comprises a journey to retrace red tourism sites, a themed photo exhibition, evening parties, reading activities and so on.

Guangzhou has stepped up efforts to promote "red tourism" which features visits to sites with significance of revolutionary history and launched an event to revisit these sites in and out of the city at the Guangzhou Uprising Site Memorial Museum on the morning of March 26th.

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The event comprises a journey to retrace red tourism sites, a themed photo exhibition, evening parties, reading activities and so on.

The journey will take place in Guangzhou's Huadu on April 2nd, Huizhou's Longmen on April 8th-9th, Heyuan's Zijin on April 15th-16th, Shanwei's Haifeng on April 22th-23th, and Jieyang's Puning on April 27th-28th. University students in the city will also join the journey along with other visitors to learn about the province's revolutionary history.

If you are interested in sites with significance of revolutionary history, here are some attractions for you to learn more about them in Guangzhou.

Guangzhou Uprising Site Memorial Museum (Photo: Wan Wenlong)

Guangzhou Uprising Site Memorial Museum

A memorial museum in honor of Guangzhou Commune, the first Soviet government in China.

Add.: No. 200-1 Qiyi Road, Yuexiu District, Guangzhou

Opening Hours: 8:00 – 18:00

Admission: Free

Metro: Take metro line 1 and get off at Beijing Road, then use J Exit.

Dr. Sun Yat-Sen's Memorial Hall (Photo: Chou Minye)

Dr. Sun Yat-Sen's Memorial Hall

A monumental building constructed by the people of Guangzhou and overseas Chinese to commemorate the great revolutionary pioneer Sun Yat-sen.

Add.: No. 259 Dongfeng Zhong Lu (Road), Yuexiu District, Guangzhou

Opening Hours: 8:00 – 18:00

Admission: RMB 10 per ticket

Metro: Take Metro Line 2 and get off at Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall, then use Exit C

Huanghuagang Mausoleum of 72 Martyrs

Built in 1912 to commemorate the 72 martyrs died in the Guangzhou uprising on April 27th, 1911.

Guangzhou Uprising Martyrs Cemetery

It was built in memory of the 5,700 martyrs who sacrificed their lives in the Guangzhou Uprising led by the Communist Party of China on December 11th, 1927.

Author | Monica

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