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Memorial Statue Park of the War Against Japanese Aggression

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Memorial Statue Park of the War Against Japanese Aggression

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No.77 Lugouqiao chengnan Street, Fengtai District, Beijing 100165 China
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DawayaoBeijing Subway22 min
Garden ExpoBeijing Subway33 min
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Skip the Line: Forbidden City Ticket Booking with Optional Guide Service
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Skip the Line: Forbidden City Ticket Booking with Optional Guide Service

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Avoid any long lines or printing problems with paperless skip-the-line entry to Beijing’s UNESCO-listed Forbidden City. Simply book in advance, stroll straight to check in, then show your passport to ensure hassle-free admission directly into the ancient complex and enjoy plenty of time to browse the site’s major attractions, including the Gate of Divine Prowess, Dragon Throne, and Palace Museum.
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When-on-me-travels wrote a review Feb 2015
Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom1,380 contributions844 helpful votes
We travelled to see the Anti-Japanese War Museum (see review) and discovered that both the museum and the Memorial Statue Park were closed for renovation & a re-opening date is currently unknown. From the road you could see a few of the statues & they looked very impressive. There was no sign of any work being done within the park (only the museum had work taking place!) but, after walking around to various entrances, we discovered a sign advising that it is closed and will re-open at a later date.
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Date of experience: February 2015
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Double "Ollie" Winner wrote a review May 2012
Riverside, California2,843 contributions725 helpful votes
Stroll the historic bridge where the first shots were fired. The lion statues that line the bridge are amazing. This should be combined with the museum to get a sense of the rich often untold narrative of Chinese modern war history and suffering.
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