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Zunyi Meeting Site

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Phillip B wrote a review Aug 2020
Miami, United States31 contributions6 helpful votes
This place is very important in the communist history of China. Fascinating displays mainly in Chinese, but you can always use your wechat translate features if necessary. During the COVID19 period, it was necessary to show your passport to get in (they will not accept copies). Admission was free in July 2020. I highly recommend a visit.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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KodoDrummer wrote a review Nov 2019
Yekaterinburg, Russia63,479 contributions137,551 helpful votes
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I have infinite admiration for the revolutionary martyrs, infinite emotion, so praise them, they are the creators of the Chinese people of today. It is a moving experience to visit this place again.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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KodoDrummer wrote a review Jan 2018
Yekaterinburg, Russia63,479 contributions137,551 helpful votes
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This museum was created in remembrance of the January 15th through 17th meetings on these premises of the Chinese Communist Party. Here the leaders developed a survival and war strategy which would see them through a Long March, which commenced in October 1934 and which would end in October 1935. During the meeting, it was agreed that Mao Zedong would become the leader of both the Chinese Communist Party and its army. Today, people take bus tours of the Long March of The Chinese Red Army. There are numerous historical sites, museums, and monuments along the route commemorating the 6over 6,400-kilometre march. The soldiers went through swamps, marshlands, across mountains, rivers, and lakes were often attacked by enemy forces both from the ground and planes in the air. Reviews of this location appear under two TripAdvisor headings: Zunyi Meeting Site with 32 reviews, and Zunyi Meeting Memorial Museum, with 15 reviews. I’ll insert mine on the former, as contains about twice as many reviews. That said, I think the best heading would be Zunyi Meeting Memorial Museum.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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Rudi M wrote a review Feb 2017
Kuurne, Belgium38 contributions15 helpful votes
Having seen it in 2006, it was great to se that by 2016 (my second visit) a very good museum had been added. Very interesting, and the diorama's draw you in to the action. Even if you're not well-informed about the events of the Long March, and everything to do with the revered Mao Ze Dong, you will find yourself immersed in this piece of history. If you find yourself in Zunyi, do yourself a favour and visit this gem of a museum!
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Date of experience: March 2016
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Kalyn S wrote a review Nov 2013
Zunyi, China4 contributions15 helpful votes
Friends here tell us that people travel from all over China to see this site....a significant place in the history of the PRC. Foreigners mat find it a little dull, although there are placards in English to explain much of the history and parts of the building. Worth seeing, if only to please your future contacts in China. Located in a busy area of many stores and restaurants.
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Date of experience: September 2013
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