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Zhong-Shan Memorial Hall
Located in Dongfeng Road Middle, it was originally served as an archery court in Qing Dynasty,  later used as a guild hall, then became a school after the Revolution of 1911. From 1921 to 1922 when Sun Yat-sen was acting as the extraordinary president of the then China, it was the presidential office. In June 1922, the office was dismantled by bombardment when Chen Jiongming rose up. To commemorate the great accomplishments of Sun Yat-sen, this Memorial Hall was rebuilt in October 1931, and designed by Lv Yanzhi, a famous Chinese architect.

Huanghuagang Park
Located in Xianlie Road Middle, it was initially established to commemorate those martyrs who were members of the Chinese Revolutionary League headed by Sun Yat-sen, and lost their lives during the uprising in Guangzhou. On April 27 1911,   Pan Dawei, a member with the Chinese Revolutionary League,  risked his life to collect the bodies of 72 martyrs and buried them in the Honghuagang. Sun Yat-sen wrote an inscription for the 72 martyrs in person for lamentation.

The cemetery of the martyr in Guangzhou insurgence
    The memorial park was being build to commemorate the martyr in   Guangzhou insurgence leaded by Chinese Communist on Dec. 11, 1927. The main scenic spots are the Memorial Stele of Guangzhou insurgence, the Friendship Kiosk of Chinese and Korean People, the Friendship Kiosk of Chinese and Soviet Russia People.


Memorial Hall of Guangzhou Uprising
    It is located in Qiyi Road. On  11 December 1927,  the Chinese Communist Party launched a uprising in Guangzhou and established a Soviet Government. There is a Display Room of Historical Materials about Guangzhou Uprising.

The Memorial Hall for 3rd Congress of Chinese Communist Party
    It is located in Xinhepu Road. In June 1923, the Chinese Communist Party held its 3rd congress,  and relocated its office premises to Guangzhou. The hall exhibits precious relics and documents of the 3rd congress.