Historic Sites in Wuhan

Historic Sites in Wuhan, China

Wuhan Historic Sites

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  • Tural Turan
    Wuhan, China20 contributions
    Wuchang Uprising Memorial describes history of armed rebellion against Qing dynasty on Oct.11, 1911, which was the beginning of Xinhai revolution. Visitors can also find lots of exhibits and even purchase souvenirs about `Father of nation`, Sun Yat-sen.
    The entrance is free, although you need to get rid of lighter if you have it. Personnel are friendly and cooperative. Exhibits are provided with English translation, so even without Chinese language you`ll be able to have an excursus to this part of history of China.
    Written 15 January 2020
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  • Ricardo Magalhães
    Porto, Portugal312 contributions
    Very good place to take a walk. The park is huge. You can ride a bicycle or walk. We visited the place in the winter so with the low temperature is not so good. During the spring/summer you can do some activities.
    Written 5 January 2019
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  • TAMAN1951
    Liberty Lake, WA5,896 contributions
    A pretty cool contrast of the old (over 100 years old) and the new (less than ten years) in the same skyline.

    Nice walk around town and a pretty clean place.

    Easy to enjoy even if you are really doing anything.

    The park is a nice setting as well.

    Not a terribly famous city but interesting nonetheless.
    Written 1 November 2018
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  • N P J
    Mumbai62 contributions
    It is a short walking distance from the hubu valley walking street. The residence provides glimpses into the living of Chairman Mao when he stayed in Wuhan. A must see for all history lovers.
    Written 16 April 2017
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  • Stuart B
    Deal, UK1,656 contributions
    Just next to the Revolution Museum this is a really nice place for a stroll around. It is not too busy and like most public areas in Wuhan very clean and tidy. When I was there at the end of September there was a lot of renovation work going on with lots of screened off area and workmen, so would expect it to be even nicer once fully reopened.
    Written 1 October 2017
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  • Frentz
    Nairobi, Kenya125 contributions
    Visible only from outside, the site appear to be under internal renovation. For this reason is not possible to enter and can be seen only from outside the fence.
    Written 20 September 2018
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  • Frentz
    Nairobi, Kenya125 contributions
    Is a compound of different buildings that where serving as training center and dormitory. On the upper floor of the last one, is also present a museum that summarise the history of this center within the development of China and the communist party.
    Written 19 September 2018
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