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Anti-Japanese Mountain Martyrs' Cemetery
    2007-10-17 20:41:54     CRIENGLISH.com

Anti-Japanese Mountain. [Photo: CRIENGLISH.com]

The Anti-Japanese Mountain martyrs' cemetery is located within the boundaries of the mountain area in Lianyungang. The total area occupied is 20 thousand square meters and divided into eight imposing slopes sections.

There is the little naval battle martyr tomb in the cemetery, the international communist soldier monument, the Fu Zhuting grave, the Binhai military region Sino-Japanese War martyr monument and the memorial hall and so on.

The Anti-Japanese martyr monument is 14-meter high. There is a strong Eighth Route Army soldier cast statue on the top of the tower, demonstrating the Chinese nation's heroic courage fighting to the last drop of blood with the enemy. In the cemetery lay approximately 750 loyal martyrs' bones and inscribed with more than 3,500 martyrs' heroic names.


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