In September of the golden autumn, the ancient capital of Xi'an (seventeenth) went to the Memorial Hall of Xi'an Office of the Eighth Route Army "Visit, Way" Revolutionary Park" and punched in. Xi'an Revolutionary Park is built to commemorate the soldiers and civilians who died in Xi'an on the eve of the Northern Expedition. It has "Revolutionary Pavilion", General Yang Hucheng, statues of martyrs Liu Zhidan, and historical exhibition rooms. It is also a place for people to relax, exercise and visit in Xi'an.
Revolutionary Park is now a popular children's playground activities, weekend with many children. The cost-effective ratio is also good.
The Revolutionary Park is a small modern park in Xi'an for some years. It is said that there are mass graves underneath, buried with the corpses of soldiers and people who guarded Xi'an's sacrifices. The history of Revolutionary Park is recorded on the wall of the east gate of the park. The statue of General Yang Hucheng stands on the northwest side of the park. There is a small playground in the park. It's cheap and the facilities are old.
It's a rare Street Park with a large enough area and a lake for boating. The small square is a place for local people to dance and relax. There are still many people dancing group dancing and entertainment here at 10 a.m. on Monday, with a strong sense of life. This park should commemorate the anti-Japanese soldiers, there are many stone tablets recording historical facts. Grass life really means a lot!
The Revolutionary Park is located at the intersection of Jiefang Road and Beijie Street in Xi'an. It was built to commemorate the revolutionary martyrs. It has a memorial Pavilion for revolutionary martyrs inside, and many recreational facilities, such as electric bumper car, pendulum, high-altitude cable car and so on. It's very interesting.
It's just at the entrance of the company. It's 8 minutes away. It's very convenient. You can browse in it every day. Now the new urban area of Xi'an is building a revolutionary Park and the whole scenic area of the Eighth Route Army Office. I'm looking forward to it.
Xi'an Revolutionary Park was built to commemorate the soldiers and civilians who died in Xi'an on the eve of the Northern Expedition. Located in the center of the city, the park is now a place for local people to enjoy leisure and recreation. It is free and open. On weekends, elderly people organize activities to find objects for their children.