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The Memorial of the Nanjing Massacre

No.418 Shuiximen Road, Jianye District | west bound Metro Line 2 / Yunjinlu Station Exit 2, Nanjing 210017, China
+86 25 8661 2230
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Remember horror crime but not the hate

Very interesting museum and memorial for the Japanese genocide. Horror of the worst kind giving a... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Søren H
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Alleroed Municipality, Denmark
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Unforgettable

A memorial dedicated to the victims of Japanese Occupation during World War 2. A great museum... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
eywchan
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Shanghai, China
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No.418 Shuiximen Road, Jianye District | west bound Metro Line 2 / Yunjinlu Station Exit 2, Nanjing 210017, China
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Very interesting museum and memorial for the Japanese genocide. Horror of the worst kind giving a terrifying experience. But made in a great informative and illustrative way. Absolutely a must if you are in Nanjing except maybe not with small children who hardly can understand...More

Thank Søren H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

A memorial dedicated to the victims of Japanese Occupation during World War 2. A great museum bringing back a sad side of history. War is ugly. Mass killing is very ugly. Be ready to walk down a heart-broken path of the past.

Thank eywchan
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We were specifically visited Nanjing because want to see this Memorial that one of famous memorial around China. It was a packed of people inside there especially chinese visitors. The situation inside memorial was 70% dark. Some of people bring flowers and China flags. Many...More

Thank r1karegina
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This memorial and museum is much larger than at first glance. It could very easily turn into a visit lasting an entire day if you're into history circa 1912 (end of Qing Dynasty) - late 1940s (end of WW2 and end of Chinese Civil War)....More

Thank bweeindc
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If you want to feel hatred against the human brutality, it is strongly recommended to pay a visit to this terrific museum.

Thank Nima G
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The museum grounds is very solemn and poignant. After the security checks, you enter a walkway where statues of the various suffering the citizens of Nanjing underwent during the war. Inside the complex there are donated bell, cross, and other reminders for peace. A wall...More

Thank NinoLeeZhongPing
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We visited Nanjing specifically to visit this memorial. It is important for all future generations to see this place so as not to repeat the past. It is very well done and evokes admiration for those who made efforts to save lives during this dark...More

Thank Lawrence S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

In absence of the write up of the atrocity committed by Japanese army in Nanjing , this place serves an important reminder to the world that Peace is priceless but is so fragile not to be taken lightly.

Thank BoonHwa
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

As an avid advocate of peace the monument stands witness of what humans can do to humans under orders of animals. I am ashamed and fearful looking at this reminder of the atrocities of WWII. Let’s work to educate the people and the world that...More

Thank Harilaos P
Reviewed December 12, 2017 via mobile

I have lived in Nanjing for the past few months and definitely appreciate this place more after visiting the memorial as well as the museum.

Thank talia679
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September 19, 2017|
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You need more than one day to see Nanjing but you can discuss with the guide your itinerary. Ask the concierge at the hotel for recommendations. Unless the tourist guide also works with a driver or has his own car, otherwise... More
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Entry is free of cost!!!
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Response from abcarlaw | Reviewed this property |
If you want to get there by metro then take the line 2 metro to Yunjin Lu, take exit 2 and it's on your left. If you want to taxi then you want to go to Shuiximen street, Yunjin road intersection. (Shuiximen dajie Yunjin Lu... More
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