The Baise Uprising Memorial Hall is located on Yinglong Mountain in the northeastern suburb of Baise City. It was originally called “Youjiang Revolutionary Cultural Relics Museum.” In 1996, Jiang Zemin's inscription officially renamed the structure as the Baise Uprising Memorial Hall. The museum records in detail the history of the Youjiang Revolutionary Base and the Baise Uprising. Most of the exhibitions in the museum are related to the works of Deng Xiaoping. There are many exhibition halls, which include information covering revolutionary heroes, Deng Xiaoping and Baise, as well as the making of the New Baise. Historical items used during the Baise Revolution are on display, along with some waxwork depicting some scenes.
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As a major passageway for the southwestern region, Baise is also the main battlefield for the Baise Uprising. To commemorate this major historical event, the Baise Uprising Memorial Hall was established in 1961. Although it is a memorial, I think the interior design is more like an art gallery. With glass roofs, circular corridors and exquisite reliefs, a large number of pictures, audio and cultural relics in the museum are telling this history, and it is a must-see for Baise tourism!
After the entrance of the memorial hall, an old man wrote a good hand-written chalk, "The revolutionary spirit of the Baise Uprising shines through the ages." It must have been such a history to participate in this history. Although the years have taken away a lot, but they can not take the red flag flying in people's hearts, and the revolutionary spirit of the ancestors!
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Guangxi Baise is not only a place with mountains and rivers, but also a place with profound historical and cultural heritage. On December 11, 1929, the Baise Uprising led by Deng Xiaoping and Zhang Yunyi made Baise an important red revolutionary base in history and became the birthplace of the Seventh Army of the Red Army of Chinese Workers and Peasants. And if you want to fully and completely understand this revolutionary history, you must not miss the Baise Uprising Memorial Park.
Baise Uprising Memorial Park, located in the east of Baise City, above the three mountains of Longshan, Panlong Mountain and Yinglong Mountain. The park is large in scale, and the entire park is set up with the theme of the Baise Uprising, including memorials, monuments, and Red Army Bridge. It reproduces the strong revolutionary atmosphere of the year and carries the precious red memories. It is one of the most historical spots in Baise. For this reason, the Baise Uprising Memorial Park became the first 5A level scenic spot of Baise with its irreplaceable historical and cultural education. In the
Baige Uprising Memorial Park, there is a historical atmosphere everywhere. Every step is a revolutionary feeling. In it, unconsciously will be infected by that atmosphere. The Baise Uprising Memorial, the core scenic spot in the park, has brought that history together.
The Baise Uprising Memorial Hall is located in the Baise Uprising Memorial Park. The entire park includes the Baise Uprising Memorial Hall, Deng Xiaoping's Handwriting Forest, and the Baise Uprising Hero Sculpture Garden.
Deng Xiaoping is located in the Mid-Levels Square of Yinglong Park in the Memorial Park. The whole forest is divided into three sections, consisting of 100 natural stones and 120 handwritings. The attraction was built to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the Baise Uprising. A red tourist attraction is known as the treasure of Deng Xiaopings theoretical thoughts in the open air. The
Baise Uprising Hero Sculpture Garden is made up of various hero sculptures. Most of these sculptures are made of granite materials and donated by various political and legal committees of Guangxi Autonomous Region and major domestic enterprises and individuals. The sculptures carved the heroes to protect the masses, and the masses supported and supported the Red Army to reflect the love of the soldiers and civilians.