At the foot of Mount Tai, there is a memorial hall for Feng Yuxiang, a strange man from the Republic of China who grew up in the military camp and was officially enlisted at the age of 14. The Westerners called him "General Christ" and "General Boi". In 1948, when he was on a ship from Country and on the way to Black Sea, he died in a fire. Although his life was controversial, he was still a good place to go in terms of education and greening. There were many primary schools at the foot of Taishan Mountain. He helped build them.
General Feng Yuxiang, a patriotic general, made a remarkable heroic act during the Anti-Japanese War. He once briefly retired in Taishan, where he grew plum blossoms, kept them bright and encouraged them to do their best.
At the foot of Mount Tai, very close to Tianwai Village, I walked over to see it for the last half day. Feng Yuxiang was very helpful to Mount Tai. It has also become the current patriotism education base. Usually there are not many tourists, and you need to go uphill to get there. It is also very touching to walk around.
The historical value is very high, you can go and see the relics of General Feng Yuxiang