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Mawei Ship Building Groups of Fujian

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Mawei Ship Building Groups of Fujian

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Mawei Town, Mawei District, Fuzhou 350015 China
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bob19472016 wrote a review Aug 2018
Stratford, New Zealand179 contributions50 helpful votes
This Museum in built into the cliff over 5 floors - so interesting - all education in China started here too. Plenty of English on the displays but you will enjoy the translations - I loved the one where "a ship run into a torpedo". If you have time when you have finished - instead of using the lift to return the the ground floor - go out the door by the lift and use the steps to explore the buildings around - you will find an old hospital and many tea houses. Well worth the time - lost count of the steps up and down.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Visit F wrote a review Jul 2018
96 contributions22 helpful votes
Customs in the Lantern Festival at Mazu of Fuzhou are national intangible cultural heritages. Mawei District of Fuzhou and Mazu Archipelago of Taiwan have a time-honored folk tradition of exchanging and playing with floral lanterns during the Spring Festival. In January on the lunar calendar, the fishermen would make a lantern taking the shape of the head of the "God of Sea" and carry it on a torch-lit tour in memory of the kind-hearted "God of Sea" during the Lantern Festival. This tradition has been passed down through generations and gradually become a token of good wishes for peace, harmony and prosperity by people across the Taiwan Strait.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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Feliptio21 wrote a review Jan 2018
Baden, Switzerland228 contributions37 helpful votes
the museum is free of charge. nonetheless its very informative and illustrates the history of shippman's craft. To my surprise the majority of the information has been translated into English. Nonetheless some important parts (in particular tables) have not been translated. However, the museum is a fine place to visit, but quite far away from the city Center. In the immediate vicinity there is a park you should visit since being in the area.
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Date of experience: December 2017
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Visit F wrote a review Jun 2017
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Location: Mawei Town, Mawei District, Fuzhou City, Fujian Province Historic background: With a unique shipbuilding culture, Mawei Ship Building Groups of Fujian has the China Shipbuilding Culture Museum as its center and comprises Zhongpo Battery, Zhaozhong Hall, Branch of the British Consulate, Engine Workshop, Drawing Academy and various other shipbuilding relics. It is an important origin of contemporary industry of China and honored as a "cradle of contemporary navy of China". Descriptions: As a theme park of Mawei's shipbuilding culture, it comprises Luoxingta Park, Maxianshan Park, Majianghaizhan Memorial Hall, Contemporary Chinese Navy Museum and No. 1 Shipyard with a covering area of 7.9 hectares and a total of 36 scenic spots. Opening time: 09:00-17:00 Ticket fare: Free Bus routes: Accessible via Sightseeing Route between Three Lanes and Seven Alleys and Mawei Shipbuilding Culture, Sightseeing Route 2, Sightseeing Route 1 and Shuttle Bus of Mawei-Mazu Liner Service.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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iamface wrote a review May 2017
hong kong1,337 contributions248 helpful votes
it was historical place. and we took slow walk at here for viewing the port, the statue and some history story etc...that is ok
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Date of experience: March 2017
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