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Fushun Pingdingshan Massacre Memorial Hall
Fushun Top 6 in Great Free Attractions

51 Reviews
Memorial Hall
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 1-2 hours
Address: 17 Nanchang Rd, Xinfu, Fushun Shi, Liaoning Sheng, China
Official website: http://www.pds1932.cn/
Phone: 024-54250072 024-54256811 024-54250063

What people are saying:

Written in the front Because there are fewer opportunities to go out in winter, I will do a special topic on Liaoning travel in the near future, so that everyone can understand and fall in love with Liaoning.​ Enter the 84th Pingdingshan Massacre Memorial Hall in Liaoning​ Scenic guide ​ Detailed address No. 13, Nanchang Road, Xinfu District, Fushun.​ Scenic level 3A scenic area.​ Self-driving route Depart from Fushun and drive along Nanchang Road.​ Bus routes: Fushun No. 22 and No. 52 inner ring buses can be reached.​ Opening hours 9:00-16:00, closed on Monday.​ Ticket prices are free and open.​ The month after the tour is available throughout the year.​ Feature highlights This is an exhibition hall of historical facts, and the renovated exhibition hall is more solemn. The area of ​​the exhibition hall has been expanded, adding parking lots, squares, sculptures, and event background exhibition halls. The reason why it is a memorial of historical facts is because our compatriots who were killed by the Japanese invaders are silently complaining. ​The exhibition hall introduces the background of the incident in detail. It contains mostly text and pictures. In the tragedy exhibition hall, the remains of some of the victims, men and women, old and young, can be seen from their posture.​ Recommendation index ​ Please follow me to see more content.

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  • kahliab
    Singapore, Singapore

    War Crimes Still Disputed by Japanese

    We went to the museum and had a glimpse of the atrocities done by the Japanese to the Chinese people. Its a shame that the Japanese government is still disputing the carnage they have done and trying ...

    Reviewed on /Date(1464822544000+0800)/
  • OpenHorizons16


    Very moving. The Chinese are up front about showing the brutality of the Japanese occupation. This is a memorial to a large massacre that occurred in Fushun. You will see the actual unearthed site. It...

    Reviewed on /Date(1456385189000+0800)/
  • flyboy1320


    Committed by the Imperial Japanese forces, against innocent men, women and children. The reasons were greed for the valuable coal, wood, food resources of northeast China, and I believe a feeling of ...

    Reviewed on /Date(1370131776000+0800)/

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