The Wazi Street Battle Martyrs Cemetery was built on April 4, 1949, covering an area of 17 mu. In the park are buried the remains of 5,287 martyrs who died in the Battle of Yiwa, including 714 regiment commander Ren Shihong and chief of staff Wu Zhian. It is the protection unit of Shaanxi Province's key martyrs' memorial buildings" "Shaanxi Province Patriotic Education Base".
The cemetery covers an area of 50 acres. The remains of more than 5,000 martyrs including head Ren Shihong and battle hero Liu Sihu are buried in the park. There is a monument with a square base and eight steps on all sides. The body of the monument has two sections. The monument is 28 meters high. It symbolizes February 28, 1948, the day when the Battle of Wazi Street. The front of the monument is inscribed with the king. Comrade Zhen's inscription "Monument to Martyrs in the Battle of Wazi Street". The cemetery is surrounded by mountains and is full of green pines and cypresses. There are 5000 pines and cypresses planted in the garden, which symbolizes the longevity of five thousand heroes and the evergreen tree of revolution. The memorial hall reproduces the heroes and heroes of all the officers and men of our participating troops, united and bravely fought bravely, with auspicious and abundant documents. The cemetery has become an important traditional education base for patriotism.
The Wazijie Battle Martyrs Cemetery is located at the seat of the Wazijie Township Government, Huanglong County, Yan'an City, Shaanxi Province. It was built to commemorate the revolutionary heroes who died in the famous Wazijie Battle on the Northwest battlefield during the War of Liberation. The park was built in April 1949 and was approved by the Shaanxi Provincial Government as the "Protection Unit of Key Martyrs Memorial Buildings in Shaanxi Province" in November 1987.
Yes, educational! Red education base, beautiful environment, good green plants!
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