Changsha·Lushan Martyrs' Shrine
The Martyrs’ Shrine is located on Guihua Road, Yuewangting Road (20 meters to the north), and enter from the main gate of Hunan Normal University on Lushan South Road, not the main gate of Normal University on Xiaoxiang Middle Road.
Went there on the second day of the first lunar month. The Martyrs’ Shrine was closed, and then I walked around to worship at the Yuelu Mountain Anti-Japanese War Cultural Park. There are the 73rd Army Cemetery, the 77th Division Cemetery, and the Yuewang Pavilion by the pond. better,
Anshan Zhonglie Ancestral Hall is located in Xiangwangting Road, Hunan Normal University. This is a theme park for Anti-Japanese War culture. Zhonglie Ancestral Hall is free from Monday to Saturday. Open hours: 8:30-11:30 in the morning, 14:30-17:30 in the afternoon, special festivals and celebrations are also open. You need to bring a valid ID card to register and enter the tour.
Located below the Yuewang Pavilion on the heshipo of Yueshan, the Yuelu Temple was originally built to commemorate the Yuewang Temple of Yuefei. The Republic 28 was converted into Yuelu Temple to commemorate the soldiers who died in the battle of Changsha.
Really super satisfied, according to the recommendation, saved yourself time to do your homework, saved time and effort, praise (˘͈ᵕ ˘͈❀)
After the visit, the heart is heavy, great and small is so.
On Lushan you can walk around and it is educational for young children