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  1. Zhaotong-The-Red-Armys-Zhaxi-Meeting-Site

February 1935 Central Red Army's long march passing Zhaxi, the General Command will be located in the northeast corner of town Zhaxi Jiangxi temple, February 9 in the central temple Xilou the CPC Central Committee Political Bureau held an enlarged meeting, the meeting with I in the history of our party's important position and go down in history. According to repair the site has been recalled, and the site of the central leading comrades Road, as is the site of the Habitat display. Small hills near the former site of the memorial meeting for the Zhaxi, collected over the years provides a precious historical relics thousands of revolution, precious historical photos, vivid sculpture, informative text, from the Memorial However, there Weiranchuli Red Army monument, a marble railing 4 envelope, and in the county seat, also Zhaxi Park, the Red Army martyrs mausoleum. The entire education on revolutionary traditions is the ideal place, but also for people to pay respects, a good place to cherish the memory of revolutionary martyrs, is a history education rare in the territory.

The Red Armys Zhaxi Meeting Site in Weixin County

Zhaxi Meeting Site in Yunnan prestige of famous historical and cultural city in the Zhaxi Town Hall and the former Jiangxi Huanhuiguan housed in the area of 4686 square meters. Jiangxi Hall Jianxuqing Xianfeng 2006 (Year 1856), and wood structure, the construction area of 514 square meters. Huanhuiguan called Yu palace before Jianxuqing Guangxu 2004 (Year 1878), for the Courtyard Mupeng area of 336 square meters.

 The Red Armys Zhaxi Meeting Site in Weixin County

"Zunyi Meeting," the establishment of Mao Zedong in the party's leadership: in February 1935, the Central Red Army's long march to the Zhaxi Yunnan, the Fourth Army of the Red Army's headquarters in Huanhuiguan Red Army headquarters in Jiangxi Hall Longevity Palace, the CPC Central Committee here held an enlarged meeting of the Political Bureau, the Red Army downsizing decisions and determine a new deployment for the operations. The meeting passed the "sum up an enlarged meeting of the Central Political Bureau of five smash" besieged "war resolution outlines lessons learned" the Central Military Commission here issued a "drawdown on the order of the Corps" for Siduchishui, clever crossing Jinshajiang and realizing the strategic objectives of the north Japanese laid the foundation for victory.

Jiangxi Hall in 1962 were removed, Huanhuiguan has preserved. In order to protect sites of revolutionary Hall in 1976 in Jiangxi as it stood on the site of repair and reconstruction, and a "Tashi Revolutionary Memorial Hall," a display of the Red Army long march of Yunnan and Zhaxi heritage. January 1983, the Yunnan provincial government announced the second batch of provincial-level key units to be protected.

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