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Mausoleum Museum of South Vietnam

The Tomb Site of the Nanyue King The tomb of the second Nanyue king was discovered by chance in June 1983 at a construction site in the Xianggang Hill in Guangzhou City. The State Council authorized the excavation of the tomb in October in the same year. 10,434 historical relics were unearthed including the Administrative Seal of Emperor Wen in gold. The seal proves the identity of the occupant of tomb to be the second king of the Nanyue Kingdom, Zhao Mo. The Nanyue Kingdom was established ... View Detail

Huanghuagang seventy-two Martyrs

On April 27,1911(March 29, Lunar year Xinhai), Tongmenghui, a revolutionary Organization, led by Dr. Sun Yat-sen launched an uprising to overthrow the federal Qing dynasty to build a new democratic country, but unfortunately the effort failed . Seventy-two martyrs were found and buried here in the Huanghua Hillock. The cemetery was begun in 1912 and finished in 1921. (It was later determined that there were 86 martyrs, including 30 who were overseas Chinese.) On the gateway were inscribed four ... View Detail

Takashi Akira Temple

Initially built during the Western Han Dynasty (207 BC - 24 AD) as a private house, it was used as a lecture hall before being dedicated completely to the function of a Zen Buddhist Temple during the Southern Song Dynasty (1127 - 1279). The many noted monks and sutra-translators who have resided there have contributed greatly to the spread of Buddhist culture. The pride of the temple is Hui Neng, the famous sixth master of Zen Buddhism, who had his hair cut and was initiated into monkhood there ... View Detail

Guangzhou Uprising Martyrs Mausoleum

Guangzhou Uprising Martyrs' Cemetery is located in the Zhongshan Road, north of the school field safflower Post, was built in 1954, to commemorate heroic martyrs in the Guangzhou Uprising in December 1927. Cemetery divided in two parts of the tomb area and park. There is the main entrance of the main gate in tomb area , the tomb Avenue, Guangzhou Uprising Monument, Guangzhou commune Martyrs, the tomb of Marshal Ye Jianying, Heroes' Square and so on. The main entrance portal is the ... View Detail

Zhenhai Tower (Guangzhou Museum)

Guangzhou Musuem-Zhenhai Tower Located within Yuexiu Park, the Zhenhai Tower sits atop the last remaining piece of Guangzhou's city wall. The tower was originally built in 1380 during the Ming dynasty, and has been the focus of much upheaval, resulting in the tower being destroyed and rebuilt a total of five times. It was last occupied by both the British and French during the Opium war, and was chosen for its super view of the city, as well as (on those rare clear days) views of Baiyun ... View Detail

Beijing Road, site of the Millennium Trail

This ancient road was born thousands of years ago, brought to light In 2002 a decade ago, Beijing Road Cultural Relics and Archaeology dug to 1.5 meters from the pedestrian pavement depths have emerged during the Republic of red, yellow sandstone, linen slate pavement, stone pavement of yellow sandstone, Ming and Qing Dynasties, Song Zhaoqing gray stone pavement towards the trail '. Guangzhou Municipal Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology staff First Beijing Road 309 in front of ... View Detail

Artificial lake

Baomo Garden, located in Zini Village of Fanyu District, covers an area of 5,000 square meters and combines Bao Zheng Culture, ancient architectural art, and Lingnan Garden in one. It was formed as an extension to the Bao Zheng Residence Temple, which was originally established in order to praise Bao Zheng. The two brick folk carvings in front of the gate have fine workmanship and reflect the fairness of Bao Zheng. There are also many lime carvings, stone carvings, pottery sculptures, padauk ... View Detail

Yu Yin Shan Fang

Yuyin Shanfang, located in Nancun Town of Fanyu District, 17 kilometers from Guangzhou, occupies an area of 1,598 m2. It was built in the sixth year of Emperor Tongzhi's Reign during the Qing Dynasty (in 1867), and is famous for its delicately exquisite artistic characteristics. Yuyin Shan Fang, also called Yuyin Garden, along with Qinghui Garden, Ke Garden and Liang Garden are called the Four Famous Gardens of Guangdong. It absorbs the architectural styles of both Suzhou and Hangzhou ... View Detail

Site of the Peasant Movement Training Institute in Guangzhou

Peasant Movement Institute is the original site of Communist training center founded by Mao Tse-tong in the 1920s. Now it is a museum covering the recent China revolutionary history. The Guangzhou Peasant Movement Institute was set up in a 14th century Confucian temple and now the site on Zhongshan Road commemorates Guangzhou's revolutionary past. The national revolutionary movement experienced a vigorous growth after the first cooperation between the Chinese Communist Party and Kuomintang was ... View Detail


Guangzhou's 600-year-old Chenghuang Temple (Town's God Temple), the saving of which has been a major concern of the public, will undergo thorough renovation before the Guangzhou Asian Games of next year. On Dec 3, the Restoration Project of the Guangzhou Chenghuang Temple was officially initiated. According to the authorities of the Yuexiu District Government, in order to welcome the 2010 Asian Games, the Temple will be restored to its old look and to the fullest extent within the ... View Detail