Zhou Enlai Memorial Hall

Last updated by chinatravel at 2014/5/3

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Zhou Enlai Memorial Hall was built in March, 1988 in Huai’an. It was opened in January, 1992. 1998 was the 100th anniversary of Zhou Enlai’s birth, to commemorate him, a bronze statue of him and another hall were buillt. The name of the Hall was given by Deng Xiaoping. The hall was composed of two imposing parts, one island, three man-made lakes, which were surrounded by grassland. There are also the main hall, an attached hall, a bronze statue of Zhou Enlai and Western Flower Hall etc. Besides, there are other spots, such as Chinese flowering crabapple forest, Chinese flowering path, Oriental cherry path, Five Dragon Pavilion, Huai’en Pavilion, a hall for appreciating fish etc.

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No.8 bus, No.61 bus, No.62 bus, No.63 bus

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07:30-18:30

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