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John-Rabe House

No.1 Xiaofenqiao, Gulou District, Nanjing, China
+86 25 8368 6306
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John Rabe, a normal man that became a hero by circumstances he was placed in

A very interesting museum about the person who became the protector of the Chinese people in the... read more

Reviewed March 1, 2018
tomE6931TE
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Nanjing, China
Important peace museum

Memorial home of John Rabe, the leader of the safety zone committee during the Nanjing massacre... read more

Reviewed August 9, 2017
Kate W
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Claremont, California
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No.1 Xiaofenqiao, Gulou District, Nanjing, China
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Reviewed March 1, 2018

A very interesting museum about the person who became the protector of the Chinese people in the Nanjing Massacre. A small museum vevry worth the visit.

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Reviewed August 9, 2017 via mobile

Memorial home of John Rabe, the leader of the safety zone committee during the Nanjing massacre. His home is now a peace museum. The explanations are straightforward and informative, and lack the patriotic slant of the huge Nanjing Massacre Memorial. I bring most guests to...More

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Reviewed August 7, 2017

While it does not get as much attention as the Nanjing Massacre Memorial, it is of great importance in the tragic history of the city during the Japanese occupation. These two museums document the worst and the best that we human beings did to each...More

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Reviewed December 26, 2016

I have visited this attraction first back in 2014 and then 2 more times in 2015 and 2016. John Rabe, as many have listed was an employee of Siemens stationed in Nanjing during the 1937 occupation (Nanjing Massacre). He used his influence as a member...More

3  Thank yihleong
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Reviewed June 21, 2016

Went and there is a sign on door closed until November for remodeling. Lucky we someone go in told them came from shanghai to see and they let us walk around.

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Reviewed April 24, 2016

John Rabe was a member of the Nazi party who used his party membership to provide safety to women and children (including my grandmother and aunts) during the Japanese invasion. In downtown Nanjing, so much history has been torn down; this house escaped the wrecking...More

2  Thank jtb20152016
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Reviewed April 10, 2016

This is an excellent museum for anyone interested in the Nanjing Massacre. Since it is not open on weekends, you get a nice break from the masses of tourists usually encountered at the other more popular locations. Spend a peaceful hour or so, and learn...More

1  Thank Daniel C
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Reviewed December 28, 2015 via mobile

The Rabe house is next to the Zhujiang Lu metro station. It's a small house, but it offers a clear understanding of John Rabe's life in Nanjing.

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Reviewed November 2, 2015

Wedged in a corner - out of the way by Zhujiang Lu metro station this place is worth a visit. John Rabe - A german nazi engineer - who protected the inhabitants of nanjing against the Japanese terror - only to be persecuted by the...More

2  Thank Rob B
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Reviewed October 29, 2015

Pictorial exhibit inside with explanations in Chinese and English, but would benefit by having docents or someone available to explain in more depth or answer questions.

1  Thank Barb K
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Response from yihleong | Reviewed this property |
I have been there like 3 times. I do not recall paying an entrance fee.
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