A majestic monument stands on the banks of the Qiantang River, the whole body is made of ochre red imitation granite concrete.
The Liberation Monument is very close to Baita Park, facing the Qiantang River. If you come to Baita Park or want to go to the Zhijiang Campus of Zhejiang University, you can come and visit it. The monuments in China are almost the same.
The Liberation Monument is near the Qiantang River, and there is a park beside it. It’s not very special, but you can travel in a line with the surrounding Six Towers, Baita Park and Zhejiang University.
The Hangzhou Liberation Monument is located below the head of the north bank of the Qiantang River Bridge, opposite to the Liuhe Pagoda. It was specially set up to commemorate the liberation of Hangzhou. The entire square and the monument have a relatively large site and there are not many tourists.
When Zhejiang University came out and strolled around nearby, I saw this group of sculptures. There is little research on this kind of art, nor can I tell the meaning of sculpture, but since it is a liberation monument, it must be used to remember the predecessors who sacrificed for the liberation of this city. You can only pay attention to Lilly to express his high respect for the revolutionaries.
Preston_Dominguez: 1 Zhijiang Rd, Xihu Qu, Hangzhou Shi, Zhejiang Sheng, China
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Liuhe Pagoda,Qiantang River,Nine Creeks in the Misty Forest,Hangzhou Zoo,Hupao Park