Guangzhou Martyrs' Memorial Garden
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Guangzhou Martyrs' Memorial Garden
Guangzhou Martyrs' Memorial Garden
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Guangzhou Martyrs' Memorial Garden is located in Guangdong
Guangzhou Martyrs' Memorial Garden
TypePublic
LocationGuangzhou, China
Coordinates23°7?55?N 113°16?43?E / 23.13194°N 113.27861°E / 23.13194; 113.27861Coordinates: 23°7?55?N 113°16?43?E / 23.13194°N 113.27861°E / 23.13194; 113.27861
Area64.24 acres (26.00 ha)
Created1957 (1957)
StatusOpen year round
Guangzhou Martyrs' Memorial Garden
Simplified Chinese
Traditional Chinese

Guangzhou Martyrs' Memorial Garden is a park located in Zhongshan 3rd Road, Guangzhou, Guangdong, China that commemorates the death of the Chinese Communist party in the Guangzhou Uprising against the Kuomintang on December 11, 1927.

History

Construction of the park started in 1954 and finished in 1957 to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the Guangzhou Uprising. The door on the stone wall was engraved with the text "Guangzhou uprising martyrs cemetery" by China's first prime minister Zhou Enlai.[1]

There is currently a station for the Guangzhou Metro Line 1 in front of the park.

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References

  1. ^ "". Archived from the original on 2009-03-31. Retrieved .

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