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Jiaozhuanghu Memorial Hall of Tunnel Warfare Site

In Jiaozhuanghu Village of Shunyi District, northeast of Beijing, there is a special place-Jiaozhuanghua Tunnel Warfare Site. In the anti-Japanese war, how could we better protect ourselves and give a heavy blow to the enemies under the circumstances that the enemies were stronger than us?

The intelligent people in North China found a new way for struggles: Tunnel Warfare. Tunnel is the major object for your visit. It has a length of 23 li. At present, about 600-meter-long tunnel has been renovated. The five-storey cannon tower where the militia watched and combated has also been repaired. Inside the tunnel, you can find individual blindages, planks, meeting rooms, headquarters, gunshot holes, warehouses etc.

The entrances of the tunnel are out of your expectations, such as the kangs, kitchen ranges, hogpens, donkey slots, wardrobes etc. The tunnel site displays the immortal achievements the Chinese people made in anti-Japanese war and the great and magic power of the people's war.

Further Information:

Address: Jiaozhuanghu Village, Longwantun Town, Shunyi District, Beijing Bus Route:Take long-distance buses from Dongzhimen to Jiaozhuanghu

Self-drive Route: Drive onto the Jingshun Expressway to Kuliushuhuandao, and then walk straight to the right to Rainbow Bridge over Chaobaihe River, and then turn left at the first traffic light.

Opening Hours: 8:00-17:00

Nearby Restaurant: Anlilong Restaurant

Admission Fee: 20 Yuan; 10 Yuan for students under 15, children above 1.2 meters , the disabled, the senior citizens with relevant proofs; free for children under 1.2 meters

Tel: 8610-60461906

(China.org.cn August 25, 2005)

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