If you drive by yourself, it is highly recommended to come here. There are three parts in the Jiuju Exhibition Hall, showing Lu Rongting's life in the form of pictures + text, just like reading a comic strip (pictures are all photos, without the source), you can have a new understanding of the modern history of Lu and Guangxi. Outside the gate of the old residence is the Sino-Vietnamese border (boundary monument), and you can directly watch the landscape where the three rivers meet. The museum is still open for visits on Mondays (not closed on Mondays). But pay attention to two points: 1. The ticket I bought at the scene is 35 yuan; 2. AutoNavi may not be able to navigate due to the different names entered, and you need to ask local residents (not far apart).
The entire exhibition hall is quite large. I have heard of Lu Rongting's deeds and explanations of the scenic spots before, so I can learn more about it, not bad.
Listening to the explanation, Lu Rongting's life's honor and disgrace are closely related to this manor, and I feel that scenes are in front of him.
This is one of the famous Asian experience pavilions, which only officially opened to the public in 1967. Unlike many other similar museums, here is mainly to open up the minds of the people, which is very good.
Preston_Dominguez: Northwest of Shuikou Old Street, Shuikou Town, Longzhou, Chongzuo City
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