As someone who has read the history of Nanjing massacre in detail, I was less emotional than other people at the mausoleum. It's because I had seen pictures way worse than what was there in the mausoleum. But nevertheless, this place is an important place to visit in Nanjing due to it's historical relevance. But if you don't know anything about the massacre, then be prepared to be shaken to your core after seeing how Chinese people fell victim to the atrocities of the Japanese army. This place is not for the weak hearted and if you cry easily, then I would suggest carrying tissues because this will disturb you like anything. The place can be easily reached via subway (line 2) but the exit of the mausoleum is really far from the subway. It's a really big place so it would take a minimum of 2- 2.5 hours to see everything and soak it all in. But a must visit place in Nanjing for sure!
The Memorial Hall for the Victims of the Nanjing Massacre of the Japanese invaders in China, located at 418 Shuiximen Street, Jianye District, Nanjing City, is located at the site of the Massacre at Jiangdongmen and the mass graves of the victims. It is the first national level museum in China, the first national demonstration base for patriotism education, the first national key cultural relics protection units, the first national memorial facilities for the War of Resistance, and the list of sites. One of the three internationally recognized memorials of the World War II tragedies. The memorial hall was built to remember the atrocities of the inhumane Nanjing Massacre after the Japanese invaders occupied Nanjing, the capital of China. It is an empirical and ruins-type Memorial Hall for the whole nation's disaster, and the only exhibition hall for the history of the Nanjing Massacre of the Japanese invaders in China and the host of the National Day of Sacrifice. The memorial is free of charge with ID card. It's very depressing inside. After watching it, the mood will be very heavy. In the process of visiting, many girls are weeping while visiting. This is a scenic spot that I will never want to visit in Nanjing in the future, not because it is not good, but because it destroys my mood that the bad weather has no effect on me. But I do not regret coming here to see it. He lets us remember the history and cherish the peaceful time in front of us more.
This is the second day of my trip to Nanjing with my children. I booked a package ticket for Zhongshan Scenic Spot the night before. I felt that this trip to Nanjing was meant to avoid this record of heavy and painful memory. I came to Nanjing 20 years ago. It was a summer camp organized by my school in primary school. During the seven-day trip, we had almost visited every famous scenic spot in Nanjing. The memory story of my solitary self had not been entered into the most famous Nanjing Holocaust Memorial Hall. Now, I think it must be the teachers'careful thinking at that time, fearing that our little soul could not bear it. It bears the painful mark of this historical trauma. It was only when I was in junior high school that I learned about the history of the Nanjing Massacre, and in recent years, when the interactive information on the Internet became faster and faster, I learned about the Nanjing Massacre Memorial Hall from the stories of friends'travels. Many friends commented that walking into the memorial hall would be a special depression, and then there would be an unbearable heavy mood. I don't want to take my children to this place. I'm afraid there are many things I can't explain to my children. But since I arrived in Nanjing, from the time I took a taxi at the railway station to the Lifeng Hotel, the driver recommended the scenic spots of the Ubike driver. After arriving at the hotel, Mr. Concierge of the hotel gave me a warm recommendation for the journey, so that when I went out to Zhongshan Scenic Area this morning to beat the people, the Ubike driver who met me still strongly advised me to go first after hearing my schedule. After visiting the Holocaust Memorial Hall and then going to the Zhongshan Scenic Area, the Nanjing people were very warm and kind. The Youbu driver told me that he could take me to the Holocaust Memorial Hall very close, within five minutes. Then after my visit, I suggested that I take the subway No. 2 money directly at the gate of the memorial hall, get off at Xiamafang Station or get off at Alfalfa Garden Station and take a cruise bus to get there. Scenic area, so you can save a lot of taxi fares, I was really touched. Imitating God's will, I decided on this trip temporarily, and a few minutes later, the Ubike driver escorted me to the Nanjing Massacre Memorial Hall of the Japanese invading China. On National Day, write down the memory of parents and children visiting the Nanjing Massacre Memorial Hall of the Japanese invaders in China. The Nanjing Massacre Memorial Hall of the Japanese invaders is located at 418 Shuiximen Street, Jianye District, Nanjing. It opens from Tuesday to Sunday. The opening time is from 8:30 a.m. to 16:30 p.m. It closes every Monday (normally open on national statutory holidays). Tickets are free. The sculpture square in front of the Nanjing Massacre Memorial Hall of the Japanese invaders in China reproduces the scenes of the defenceless Chinese people being humiliated and killed and their families being destroyed during the Nanjing Massacre. The group is heartbreaking. Flow control was carried out at the entrance. Visitors to the memorial hall need to queue up for diversion and security checks before they can enter. The Memorial Museum for the Victims of the Nanjing Massacre is located at the east gate of the Nanjing River. It is the site of collective massacre and the burial place for the victims of the Japanese invading China. In memory of the victims, the people of Nanjing built a memorial hall in 1985 and expanded it in 1995. The Museum covers an area of 28000 square meters and a building area of 3000 square meters. Buildings are built of gray marble, magnificent, solemn and solemn. It's a place of historical materials and cultural relics.
First of all, give compliments for the free opening of the Red Education Base! Give chrysanthemum compliments for the voluntary donation to the Entry Security Office! The purpose of the donation received by the Memorial Museum is announced every three months. This Spring Festival child proposed to go to the Nanjing Holocaust Memorial Hall to see, not easy! With a heavy heart out of the subway entrance, far away to see the sculpture at the memorial hall entrance! ________ On the way to visit, I heard only the parents whispering to their children about this sad and solemn history. Of course, I have been explaining and introducing all the way. Childish itchy teeth, clenched fists, blood boiling, sweating all over! Hate to say: In that case, people who go to Japan to travel shopping is not patriotic! Yes! There are still many Japanese who are obsessed! Why can't they learn from Germans? !
The Memorial Museum for the Victims of the Nanjing Massacre of the Japanese invaders in China is located in one of the mass graves of the former Japanese massacre sites. It is a comprehensive display of historical materials, relics, buildings, sculptures, movies and television, and a special historical exhibition hall of the "Nanjing Massacre" massacre. Metro Line 2 can be directly arrived, closed on Monday, no tickets, a very good patriotic base with historical and educational significance, and shocking. A place you can't miss to go to Nanjing. The day we went there was a drizzling rain. The weather was cold and everyone was in a heavy mood. It happened to be Monday that day, so I had to take a picture outside the door and decided to go the next day without leaving any regrets.
This is the only place that makes people serious and shocking. This is not a scenic spot, let alone a tour. This is the memory and warning of a country's blood lesson. The memorial hall has underground direct access, queuing through security checks, orderly visits to prohibit noise and noise, closed on Monday free of charge, we must see, remember the history of national shame!
Almost immediately after arriving here, you can find a sense of national identity, not how frightening or terrifying, but how angry you are. It never occurred to me that I would come to this place that I had only read in the text, and even see a list of the dead not far away, some of whom had no names. Don't forget the national shame and go out to the memorial hall to see the blue sky outside. Now, all the heroes and hundreds of thousands of innocent people have bought the comfortable life. Thank you very much.
The commemoration of the Nanjing Massacre of the Japanese invaders in Nanjing is located in Jianye District of Nanjing City. We feel the heavy sense of history and witness the atrocities of the Japanese invaders. Let us remember history and strive hard. The Chinese people should come here to mourn the dead, strengthen our national self-confidence and self-confidence. Only when the country and the nation are strong, can we not suffer.
Leaving the last scenic spot in Nanjing, I was thinking about coming back later. After visiting, I was lucky to be here. Although it was in a hurry, it was very shocking. A lot of people, free visits, but need security check, so queue for nearly an hour, but really worth the trip, will come for the second time, slowly spent a whole day here, I feel that will cry in sparse, can be forgiven, but can not forget.
Free and open, go to Nanjing must go to a place, Nanjing from a certain point of view is a sad city, go here, the mood will be heavy, free into a period of history, understand a period of war, the separation of wives and ions, the collapse of the country... The establishment of the venue is also very special. There are still a lot of people who went to the venue on that day. I think it is very meaningful and worth recommending!!!