This large bronze sculpture is the world's tallest bronze freestanding sculpture. It commemorates the people who died attempting to establish Malaysia's freedom, both during the Japanese Occupation in World War II, and later during the Malaysian Emergency, from 1948 to 1960. The monument is honored every July 31 on Warriors' Day, as the Prime Minister, military members and police place garlands at the feet of the monument.
The National Hero Monument, built in 1966 in memory of Malaysian martyrs, is adjacent to Lake Park. It's very historic. Let's have a look. The durian ice-cream next to it is delicious. You must try it!
In fact, it is in a park, the park is quite large, and the whole park is located in a busier downtown area, which is to punch in, but there are many tropical plants nearby, just like a tropical forest.
The National Hero Monument is located in downtown Kuala Lumpur, opposite Lake Park, near Kuala Lumpur Railway Station and National Mosque. It was built in 1966 to commemorate the martyrs who died for their country. From the entrance to Persiaran Sultan Salahuddin Road, you can see the tall monument. In front of the door, there is a stone tablet engraved with the national emblem of Malaysia. Next to it is the Malay national flower, the big safflower.
In 1966, Malaysia built the National Hero Monument in Kuala Lumpur Lakeside Park. The inscription "1914-1918, 1939-1945, 1948-1960" and the list of the dead were inscribed on the tablet. 1914-1918, 1939-1945 were the first and second world wars respectively, and 1948-1960 were the civil wars in Malaysia, which were called "extraordinary period" in Malaysian history. The famous sculptor Felix de Weldon designed the Brass National Hero Monument, which is up to 15.54 meters high, to commemorate the heroes who sacrificed for Britain during the chaotic period. The bronze statue of the Seven Warriors is one of the largest single sculptures in the world. It was designed by Wilton, a famous American sculptor, and cast in Italy. It's a very good scenic spot. It's worth visiting.
The National Hero Monument of Malaysia was built in 1966. It is located in the center of Kuala Lumbo City, adjacent to Lake Park. The whole Monument Park is situated on a hillside. It has a large area and a solemn environment. There are tall tropical plants on both sides of the passage into the park. It is clean and tidy. It has a great momentum. The monument is inscribed with a list of the dead. In front of the monument is a bronze statue of seven warriors, about 15.54 meters high. It is said to be one of the largest single sculptures in the world. Designed by Wilton, a famous American sculptor, it was cast in Italy. There is a fountain in front of the sculpture. Standing in front of the fountain, you can see the city landscape. It should be said that the location of the monument is good. It can not only hang the martyrs, but also feel the peace of the city.
马来西亚国家英雄纪念碑，高15.54米，位于吉隆坡湖滨公园。这座黄铜纪念碑由首任巫统国阵主席东姑阿都拉曼邀请美国著名雕刻大师Felix de Weldon（美国华盛顿硫磺岛 Iwo Jima)纪念碑的设计师）设计，于1966年完成用以纪念在混乱时期为国牺牲的英雄。 碑身上刻着“1914-1918、1939-1945、1948-1960”的字样以及阵亡者的名单。纪念碑在矩形底座上有七座铜制人像，每尊人像各代表一种领导特质的一项： 勇气、领导、牺牲、力量、坚苦、团结及警觉。中央最上方的人像，手中挥舞著马来西亚国旗。 他的左右各有一名武装士兵，左侧士兵手持机枪，右侧士兵手持莱福枪和刺刀。湖滨公园不大，景色不错，远眺可以看到吉隆坡标志性建筑-吉隆坡塔和市区的远景，近看碧蓝的水池、白色的回廊以及金色的伊斯兰圆顶极具特点，是拍照的好地方。
Malaysia's National Hero Monument was built to defend national sovereignty at the expense of war. It is magnificent and magnificent.
The brass monument, designed by the famous sculptor Felix de Weldon, is 15.54 meters high. It was built in 1966 to commemorate the heroes who died for Britain during the chaotic period. It is also one of the largest independent sculptures in the world. The National Hero Monument was built in 1966 to commemorate the martyrs who sacrificed for their country. The bronze statue of the Seven Warriors, 15.54 meters high, is one of the largest single sculptures in the world. It was designed by Wilton, a famous American sculptor and cast in Italy.
Every country has its own heroes. The memorial statue is magnificent.