A martyr cemetery near the company, exit A of Shaheding Station of Metro Line 6 or Junyuan Station of Nineteenth Route, passes through the archway of Shaheding, along the direction of Shuiyin Road and the market direction, there is a small entrance, which is the back door. The front door has a neighborhood in Shuiyin Road early in the day to exercise here, square dance, Taiji, radio gymnastics, playing badminton. Fortunately, it is quiet, at night when we leave work. There is a museum on the right hand side after entering the main entrance, but the place which is not open between 1130 and 1330 noon to commemorate martyrs has become a public exercise place.
Yesterday I went to "Memorial Cemetery for Victims of the 19th Route Army in Songhu Anti-Japanese War". There are two doors in the cemetery. It is suggested to enter through the main entrance and exit from the North entrance. It is a momentum to look forward to it. However, if we consider the convenience of shuttle buses, we can also enter from the North entrance and exit from the main entrance. The surrounding buses are all one-way.
This is a memorial park built to commemorate the soldiers who died in the war of the 19th Route Army in Songhu. It stands in pine and Berlin and is solemn and solemn. It reminds the Chinese people not to forget that period of history, forget their national shame and remember the martyrs forever.
Don't forget the heroes in the Qingming Festival. Today's happy life, by countless heroic lives and blood in exchange, we should not forget them. The memorial memorial archway is built in the shape of the Arc de Triomphe. I think it implies that justice triumphs over evil in the end. It took about 300 meters to walk through the monument before entering the cemetery, which was solemn and solemn. The park can be accessed from Exit B of Shaheding Station of Guangzhou Metro Line 6.
The stele body is a square-pillar granite stele with the names of 1983 martyrs inscribed around it. The famous monument is called "the monument inscribed by the martyrs killed in the anti-Japanese war". The 1983 martyrs were the heroes of the sixty, sixty-one and seventy-eight divisions of the 19th Route Army, who were killed in the War of Resistance against Japan in Songhu in that year by the First Division Supplementary Regiment. The Anti-Japanese War in Songhu was a national war that shocked China and foreign countries. In this war, the heroic 19th Route soldiers in order to protect the country's sacred territory, we should always remember.
The Nineteenth Route Army Martyrs Cemetery in Guangzhou is at the top of Shahe Road, the martyr road in Guangzhou. The cemetery was built to commemorate the heroic sacrifices of the 19th Route Army of the National Revolutionary Army in Songhu. We live happily today. Don't forget these heroes.
The Nineteenth Route Military Cemetery is located at 113 Shuiyin Road, Guangzhou City. It covers an area of 62,000 square meters to the north of Xianlie Road. The cemetery was built in memory of the dead soldiers of the 19th Route Army of the National Revolutionary Army in the Songhu Anti-Japanese Campaign in 1932. It was donated by overseas Chinese in 1933.
The most powerful Arc de Triomphe is at the Shuiyin intersection. From here, you can walk to the North Gate and enter the cemetery. The cemetery monument is European style. The best place to watch the monument in the Anti-Japanese Pavilion is the Yunshan Mountain, which reflects the magnificence of the monument.
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It has historical significance. While playing, it can also do propaganda and patriotic education.