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“Just another park”
Review of Huanghuagang Park

Huanghuagang Park
Ranked #49 of 708 things to do in Guangzhou
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Reviewed May 23, 2013

While it has some cool memorials and scenery it is just a park. See it if you need something to fill up space in your agenda but otherwise move on to other, more interesting things.

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Reviewed July 30, 2012

Despite its name, there were more than 72 such martyrs in the uprising that was the second last before the fall of the Qing Dynasty. A casual short stroll from our Holiday Inn City Centre Hotel brought us to this sprawling park. The January coolness allowed us to enjoy the park very much, which was not crowded. Besides the main tomb, there are other mausoleums of leading figures of the Nationalist uprising. We observed several visitors bowing to pay tribute to those who sacrificed their life for the revolution.

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Reviewed May 27, 2012

Located in Xianliezhong Road, Guangzhou City, the Cemetery of Huanghuagang 72 Martyrs covers an area of 13,200 square meters. It was built in 1912 to commemorate the 72 martyrs died in Guangzhou uprising on April 27,1911. Inside the park, there are also many tombs including Dengzhouyuan's grave, Pandawei's grave, Yangxianyi's grave, Shijianru's temple, Fengru's grave, Fanhongtai's grave, etc. Full of green trees and blooming chrysanthemums, this park is a well-known tourist resort in Guangzhou, famous for its tranquil environment and its buildings of grandeur and sacredness.

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