The Guangzhou Uprising Martyrs Cemetery, the patriotism education base, where the martyrs gave up their lives and went on to succeed, we have today's happy life. It is they who are not afraid to sacrifice their heads and sprinkle their blood, to carry forward with the burden of the nation and the people, and we are today. Time is quiet and happy to live and work. During the Guangzhou Uprising, some Korean revolutionary martyrs left their lives and blood here, and the Xueyi Pavilion was built for them, and the revolutionary martyrs will be immortal!
The Sino-Korean People’s Blood Friendship Pavilion is located in the eastern part of the Guangzhou Uprising Martyrs’ Cemetery, No. 92 Zhongshan 2nd Road, Yuexiu District, Guangzhou. It stands opposite to the Sino-Soviet People’s Blood Friendship Pavilion. The building appearance of the Chinese and Korean People’s Blood Friendship Pavilion is quite special. You can check out some of the characteristics of the two countries.
The Sino-Soviet People's Blood Friendship Pavilion, located in the Guangzhou Uprising Martyrs Cemetery, was established to commemorate the friendship between the Chinese and Soviet people. There are towering pavilions, trees lined up, solemn and solemn, and the solemn friendship between the people of China and the Soviet Union will last forever.
The Memorial Pavilion of Blood Friendship between China and North Korea is a place to commemorate the friendship between China and North Korea. Because of the geographical relationship, China and North Korea are mutually dependent on each other, coupled with a common social formation, especially the history of resisting U.S. aggression and aid to North Korea. It is worth coming to learn about the history here.
A memorial pavilion in the Martyrs Cemetery