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Binjiang Fortress

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Open Open 24 hours
Recommended sightseeing time: 2-3 hours
Address: No. 288 Shanqian Road, Jiangyin, China
Phone: 0510-86851868

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On the east side of the bustling Renmin Road Pedestrian Street in Jiangyin City, there is a group of buildings in the west and central area, which is the former site of Wuzhai and Jiangyin Fortress Headquarters in the original high alley. The building was announced by Jiangyin city people's government in 1992 as the fifth batch of cultural relics protection unit of Jiangyin city, and on September 5, 2000 as the fourth batch of cultural relics protection unit of Jiangsu province. The building was built by Mr. Wu Tingbin, a pioneer of modern industrial and patriotic democracy in Jiangyin in the early years of the Republic of China. From 1920 to hire a craftsman, fine work construction, very exquisite craftsmanship, covering an area of 3820 square meters, building area of 2008 square meters, after more than three years in 1923 completed. However, the home was a rough fate: in December 1937, the Japanese army occupied Jiangyin, the home was occupied by the Japanese army as the security headquarters in the sumi. After the victory, the anti-Japanese war, was taken over by the Kuomintang army. In 1947, the Kuomintang fortress headquarters. The underground party of the Communist Party of China, led by Tang Binglin, was engaged in the clever and hard struggle, and succeeded in the battle of 1949 4 21, and the National Party of China, the Jiangyin fortress, raised an uprising of more than 7000 officers and soldiers. When the Jiangyin Prefecture was liberated on 4 22, the fortress headquarters was taken over by the 3 field army of the people's Liberation Army. On 4 28, the people's Liberation Army Navy commander and political committee, Zhang Ai, was held at the people's Navy founding meeting in this place by the order of the Central Military Commission, and the headquarters was established. In mid-May, the headquarters of the Jiangyin Fortress of the Chinese People's Liberation Army was formally established, and then the army and naval forces were stationed there. In 2003, the 63680 unit of the general equipment department of the Chinese People's Liberation Army was formally transferred to the people's government of Jiangyin city for comprehensive repair and protection.

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Binjiang Fortress is located in the eastern suburb of Jiangyin city, the north end reaching the Yangtze River. Because it is located at the Huangshan battery military fortress in Jiangyin, both the township and the town have been named Fortress since the birth of the Warlord Era. The Binjiang Fortress tourist area is composed of the Huangshan Lake Park and the Goose Nose Park. The Fortress Town encircles the urban area, the east bordering Baiqu Port and Shanguan Town, the south ecompassing Hua Shan and Qishan bordering the South Floodgate and Yunting Town, the west reaching Xicheng Canal, and the north expanding to Chengjiang Town and the Economic Development Zone. Huangshan harbors the Goose Nose Mountain and Junshan, stretching more than 10 kilometers, constituting the unique landscape of water and mountain encircling the ancient city of Jiangyin.
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