Sunquan Memorial Hall
Sunquan Memorial Hall
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  • 六朝已逝,孙陵沧桑
    东吴大帝孙权,开六朝建都南京之先,三分天下得其一。后世江南的大规模开发得益于此。然历经千年沧桑,多少王朝兴衰。后人亦只能修馆一座,凭吊这位远古の英雄。
    Traveled with friends
    Written May 4, 2017
  • tottoko
    4,676 contributions
    時間が有れば訪れたい
    三国志にゆかりのある孙权(孫権)の記念館です。敷地に大きな石像が有る事で知られていますが、記念館の中にも孫権の銅像や肖像画、文献などあって興味を惹かれました。
    Traveled with friends
    Written November 9, 2016
  • Hails41
    Linz, Austria26 contributions
    Underrated
    Three Kingdoms , anyone heard of that era ? If so then you must know Sun Quan was one of the Three . Turns out that his capital is present day Nanjing ! And he was buried at the Zhongshan Ming scenic area as well though his tomb is non existent now. It has now become the Plum Blossom garden. anyway the memorial hall is severely underated. Compared to the number of visitors to the Sun Yat Sen memorial or the Ming Tombs , there was only a trickle of visitors to this memorial. Furthermore there's also a museum of Sun Quan and his Wu kingdom, seems to be pretty new and with air conditioning and such. The exhibits though interesting were mainly in Chinese ..... Free of charge as its already covered by the 70 RMB to the Ming Tombs.
    Written June 22, 2015
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Sunquan Memorial Hall, Nanjing