Pinghe Park, a park with a lot of history. This park is also free for tourists. The park is not very big, but it is really beautiful. The green coverage here is also very high.
Beautiful flowers and plants, vast gardens, Peace Memorial Hall and Peace Memorial Museum stand quietly. The pure white monument is made by a three-dimensional pile of brocades. The lacquered peace memorial stands there with a gentle and steady expression, seeming to tell the people that the world needs peace and does not need war.
Pinghe Park is also very interesting. This park is also quite big. The whole park is also quite huge. It is also very good in many of the parks here. The relationship between Pinghe Park is also very exciting. It is also very unique to visit here. .
Many parks, including Japan, are open for free, which is good. Heiwa Park is among the many parks in the Republic of China. Although there are not many tourists, I really like the cleanliness of Japanese parks.
In World War II, the atomic bomb dropped by the United States shattered the dream of the "Yamato Empire" created by Japanese militarism. The explosion of the atomic bomb deeply stimulated and attacked their national dignity and confidence, and at the same time made them deeply hurt by nuclear weapons. Perhaps it is to reflect on the war. The Japanese built peace parks in Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Okinawa, Hakone and other places, which are called peace parks, to commemorate and reflect. I'm here to enjoy the scenery. I don't comment on the concept and actual function of this park. Maybe they should do better!