The Mt. Zhongshan Memorial Hall
is one of the most iconic buildings in Guangzhou. It is built to commemorate Sun Yat-sen. The perfect combination of Chinese and Western architecture is an octagonal palace building with strong ethnic features and blue glazed tiles on the roof. Magnificent.
Walk inside and feel that the current memorial hall attracts tourist groups from all directions, and there are still quite a lot of people.
The area is shaded by trees and there are plenty of resting areas. It is undeniably a good place to relax.
The square in front of the lobby is more people, but there are fewer people on both sides of the east and west doors. On the steps here, in front of the red door wall, you can shoot a large piece in minutes.
If you come to Guangzhou, the Zhongshan Memorial Hall must come and see, not only its historical heritage, but also the beauty of the building, enough to attract you to visit. The
Zhongshan Memorial Hall is a monumental building that the people of Guangzhou and overseas Chinese raised to build money to commemorate the great revolutionary pioneer Sun Yat-sen. It was started in 1929 and completed in 2 years. The total area is 6.2 hectares.
Watch the museum for 10 yuan, the memorial hall is free.
Located at Dongfeng Middle Road in Guangzhou, the Zhongshan Memorial Hall is one of the most magnificent classical buildings in Guangzhou. Its designers are the same as the designers of Nanjing Sun Yat-sen Mausoleum. The
Zhongshan Memorial Hall was originally built by overseas Chinese to commemorate Mr. Sun Yat-sen.
This classical hall is an octagonal building with blue glazed tiles on the roof. The designer cleverly uses the structural principles of building mechanics. It uses a steel frame and reinforced concrete structure, spanning 71 meters in the building space. Without a column, the world's tourists are amazed.
Transportation: Guangzhou Metro Line 2 Memorial Hall Station.
Yat-Sen Memorial Hall was designed by the renowned architect Lu Yan in the same style as the Nanjing Zhongshan Mausoleum , built in memory of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen. The main building is an enormous, octagonal palace-style building topped with the words, "The World Belongs to the People" penned by Dr. Sun Yat-Sen himself. Inside is a brief introduction to Dr. Sun Yat-Sen himself. The square adjacent to the hall features a large statue of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen. The Yat-Sen Memorial Hall has witnessed several major events in the history of Guangzhou and is currently an important site for various performances.