The Eighth Route Army Office, in the bustling city of Nanguanshi, is a patriotic education base. Understanding that period of history, Lanzhou during the Anti-Japanese War, the contribution of patriots, only by not forgetting history can we move forward more firmly.
On a business trip to Lanzhou, I walked around the pedestrian street, visited the waterwheel park, looked at the museum, and reported to my father. My father told me to visit the Eighth Route Army Memorial Hall. I went to the Internet to find two places. One was the Memorial Hall, the other was the former office. This is the Memorial Hall. There are some exhibits on display. Many things about the Eighth Route Army were introduced. I don't really understand this. I took pictures and went back to my dad to see it. It was a patriotic education in Lanzhou. I spent a long time in it. There were also various scenes of the Eighth Route Army's residence. It felt like it was in a TV theater.
In Jiuquan Road, it's not far from Zhengning Road Snack Street. It's free to visit, but nobody explains it. It is worth mentioning that the snack street outside the back door is also good, there is a desert roast mutton kebab is very delicious, roast cabbage is also delicious!
Small as it is, it's worth visiting! Free. It's not easy to understand the life and revolution of our predecessors!
In the revolutionary education base, there are rooms where the older generation of revolutionaries, such as Zhou Enlai and Mao Zedong, have lived, and some items are displayed, which are rare to see. The most important thing is not to charge any fee, yeah, all free visits.
The Memorial Hall of the Eighth Route Army Office was approved as a provincial cultural relic protection unit in 1963. In 1978, a memorial hall of the Lanzhou Eighth Route Army Office was built at the old site of No. 2 Mutual Aid Lane, which was officially opened in January 1981. There are more than 150 revolutionary cultural relics and 170 photographs. They are important bases for patriotism education and revolutionary traditional education.