The War and Peace Memorial Park
The War and Peace Memorial Park commemorates the history of ...
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The War and Peace Memorial Park commemorates the history of young Taiwanese conscripts who left home during the Second World War and Chinese Civil War. There is a memorial in the park which displays all kinds of important historic pictures, textual information and utensils. An image of a Taiwanese man wearing the uniforms of the Japanese Imperial Army, the National Army and the People's Liberation Army adorns its outer walls, displaying the tragedy and fate of the Taiwanese people at the time. Outside, there's a memorial stele, heart echo square, park and observatory, because Cijin was the last place Taiwanese soldiers in the Imperial Japanese Army or Kuomintang army saw when they left for military service.
Opening Hours: Park：Open Daily
Closed on each Monday and the next day of special holidays
Address: No.701, Cijin 2nd Rd., Qijin Dist., Kaohsiung City Taiwán, R.O.C
Services & Facilities
- Public Restroom
- Parking Lot
- Hiking Trail
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