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The Japanese invasion of China Hutou Fortress Site Museum

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Ranked #3 in Hulin Can't Miss Attractions
Opening Soon Open from 8:00am-7:00pm
Recommended sightseeing time:1 hour
Hulin, Jixi, Heilongjiang, ChinaMap

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The museum of the Japanese tiger fortress preserves the evidence of the Japanese invasion of China. In 1934, the Japanese invaders built tiger fortress as a solid front and base against the Soviet Union, leading hundreds of thousands of workers to build a tiger fortress in six years. The fortress is composed of seven mountain bodies, including Tiger Mountain, Tiger North Mountain, Tiger East Mountain, Tiger West Mountain and Tiger Wuthering Mountain, all of which are reinforced concrete structures, complete with command post, ammunition depot, power station, medical station, kitchen and toilet facilities. Its firmness, completeness and modernization is the most advanced in the second world war, called "the east machino line of defense".


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