The mountain fortress ruins are in Qingdao Mountain Park. Qingdao Mountain Park is a niche park with very few tourists. The mountain fortress ruins are a good reminder of the military strength of the German colonists during World War I. Overall excellent and cost-effective,
Excellent museum, you can request an appointment during the epidemic, and you can also make an appointment on site. The museum has explained the origin of Qingdao in detail with a lot of valuable documents and artifacts. Overall great,
Qingdao World War I Site Museum, recorded the history of Qingdao from development to occupation to liberation, the lessons that lag behind must be beaten always can not be forgotten, there is a picture text introduction, it is worth a visit, and finally there is a 4D movie need to buy tickets to see.
Very good *** educational base, just a little sorry for the price of the ticket on the mountain. You can climb the mountain by the way when it is not hot, very good
There are Germans digging up the huge mountain forts built in Qingdao Mountain, the East warm summer cool, can understand Qingdao as a loan history, as well as the Japanese and German war history. Worth a visit.
The scenery is very beautiful, and learn about the human geography of Qingdao.
I am a military fan, this attraction feels very meaningful, right next to the zoo, divided into museums and ruins park, this fortress site is the largest, established in 1899, this is the South Fortress Command Center, the area is 1600 square, it doesn't feel like it outside, But the contents are very comprehensive, and it takes more than an hour to look carefully, that is, the underground is colder, and the defense system established in Qingdao during the German occupation of Qingdao is comprehensively introduced, and it is also the only Far East battlefield in the 1914 World War I, or the national key cultural relics protection unit, the mountain is the ruins park, Remember not at the top of the mountain, on the half-way, there are pictures, videos and several real sculptures, and on the top there is a watchtower, you can see the Yellow Island and the sea in the distance. Although history has long gone, Qingdao still remains as a colonial trace. Interested in history, but this one is on site for tickets, I think the price is good