A good place for leisure, located in the city center, in a pure land in the middle of the bustling city, with flowers blooming in all seasons and green trees. The statue of Dazhao is very precious. The Tangshan Earthquake-Resistant Monument and the Earthquake-Resistant Memorial Hall are next to it, which is very meaningful.
Iron shoulders, morals and good hands Qingfeng Yaochi, Heyou, Clear Water and Clouds Dazhao Park, named after the revolutionary pioneer Li Dazhao, the statue of Comrade Li Dazhao is located in it. Li Dazhao is one of the main founders of the Communist Party of China, a pioneer of the communist movement, and a native of Daheituo Village, Laoting County. After the Tangshan Earthquake, the Municipal People’s Government expanded the People’s Park into Dazhao Park. The former chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress Peng Zhen inscribed the name of the park, which included Central Wenhua Road, Jianshe Road, Xinhua Road, and National Defense Road. Dazhao Park is mainly spontaneous, with traditional Chinese landscape garden style, adjacent to the seismic monument on the north side. A city-level comprehensive park with a distinctive sense of the times, integrating recreation, entertainment, popular science, and cultural education. The largest granite bust of Li Dazhao in the country is in the west entrance of the park, covering an area of about 1.5 hectares, designed by Professor Qian Shaowu of the Central Academy of Fine Arts. The base of the artificial piled mound is 8.5 meters long, 3.6 meters wide, and 3 meters high. The shoulder width of the statue is 6.25 meters. In 2006, more than 40 scenic spots were built, including Le Shou Garden, Qinchun Pavilion, Taoran Pavilion, Xiangxuehai, Yangchun Smoke View, Aquarium, Folk Museum, Lilac Garden, and Hibiscus Garden. The curvy water is roundabout, the fragrance of flowers lingers, and the green willow Contains smoke. Memorabilia of Dazhao Park: In 1954, the original "People's Park" was built In 1986, it was renamed Dazhao Park to commemorate the revolutionary pioneer Comrade Li Dazhao, and it was written by Comrade Peng Zhen himself. In 1998, Dazhao Park demolished the wall and converted it into a see-through railing, open to visitors for free In 2006, more than 40 scenic spots including Le Shou Garden, Qinchun Pavilion, Taoran Pavilion, Xiangxuehai, Yangchun Smoke View, Aquarium, Folk Museum, Lilac Garden, and Mujin Garden were upgraded and reconstructed