The Battle of Rhine Memorial Hall, formerly known as Rhine Revolutionary Martyrs Cemetery. Founded in 1948 in the Mine South, 1972 moved to the present site. 1996 and renamed the Battle of Rhine Memorial Hall. Located in the center of the city of Laiwu, the Battle of Laiwu Memorial Hall covers an area of 82000 square meters, is the largest and highest-sized Memorial Hall of Revolutionary Martyrs in Shandong Province, and is an ideal place for patriotism education, revolutionary tradition education, spiritual civilization education and tourism.
During the great liberation war, the battle of Rhine lasted three days, and the battle was won by the brave attack of the army of the East China field.
It is divided into two halls, one is the Luzhong Anti-Japanese Memorial Hall, and the other is the Laiwu Battle Memorial Hall. The library was closed at 5 o'clock in the afternoon, and I didn't go until 4 o'clock. I was late and I didn't finish the two halls. Tickets are completely free. You can get tickets with your ID card to record the outstanding contributions of the people of Shandong in the Great War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression and the War of Liberation! salute! ! ! Very good textbook and base for patriotism education! !
The Rhine Battle Memorial Hall is the name of the museum written by General Chi Haota in 1997. The Memorial Hall is composed of the Panorama Museum of the Revolutionary Martyrs Memorial Pavilion.
In the famous battle in the history of the civil war, we deeply remember the martyrs, today's happy life is not easy.
It is composed of three main buildings of the Revolutionary Martyrs' Monument, Exhibition Hall and Panorama Painting Hall, and is a layout of "Pin". Worth a visit.
The Laiwu Battle Memorial Hall is located on Huangshan Mountain in Laiwu District, Jinan City. The museum is named by General Chi Haotian. The Laiwu Battle Memorial Hall is composed of three main buildings, the Revolutionary Martyrs Monument, the Exhibition Hall, and the Panorama Painting Hall, which are arranged in the word "品". Tickets are free of charge and worth seeing.
Preston_Dominguez: 43 Wenyang St, Laicheng Qu, Laiwu Shi, Shandong Sheng, China
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Memorial Hall of the Laiwu Campaign （South Gate）,No.3 Exhibition Hall,Laiwu Art Gallery,Laiwushi Duofuyan Museum,Laiwu Wanfu Shan Minsu Museum