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Its a journey of sadness & how wars had rear its ugly head. The atrocities that was displayed during the invasion brings tears & emotion to anyone visiting this site. Get a good tour guide to give you a good commentary as when crowds are...More
I have to admitted that although the place’s message is to promote peace and letting the world to learn the atrocities committed by the Japanese in China, personally I would not forget nor forgive what Japan as a nation had done. The memorial is beautifully...More
Beautiful memorial that tells about the horrible events that took place during “The Rape of Nanjing.” Free to go in and very close to the metro stop. Most of the signs are all translated in English so it is very easy to understand.
Though I certainly would not recommend this site for its fun or its pleasure, I feel that everyone on Earth who is interested in history and humanity should visit this museum. Regardless of your nationality, race, or ethnicity, the world cannot forget what happened here....More
US high school history books mention very little if anything about this tragic event in human history. Had I not inquired of my Chinese friends why China still bears hatred towards the Japanese, I never would have discovered this memorial to 300,000 men, women and...More
visiting this place is a MUST! I think it’s not suitable for children.. being there made me somehow living that tragedy!!! the pain , Injustice, and the Lack of resourcefulness .. i felt like the place is alive.It’s worth for visiting.. I usually feel bored...More
You come into a dark part of the museum and walk through photoes and setup of the massacre of the chinese men and the sex slavery an humiliation of chinese women that the Japanese did from December 12th 1937 to 1st week of January 1938....More
Not child suitable at all - glad we didn't take ours!
A hugely important testimony to a dreadful atrocity, but I left feeling that the presentation, message and enduring messages had little to do with humanity and an awful lot to do with ugly contemporary...More
My son was aware about the massacre of Nánjīng but I was not. The museum is free and huge with 3 sections. Yes it is crowded and there are strange elements such as crowds for video with no order.
The evidence for the massacre is...More
We did Nanjing in a full day and could have used a couple to do even more. That said, we had a great tour guide who was a walking historian and we did a lot in a day, including a wonderful local lunch experience. We booked... More
We did Nanjing in a full day and could have used a couple to do even more. That said, we had a great tour guide who was a walking historian and we did a lot in a day, including a wonderful local lunch experience. We booked through Becky rebeccaruan at foxmail com who I highly recommend.
If you want to get there by metro then take the line 2 metro to Yunjin Lu, take exit 2 and it's on your left. If you want to taxi then you want to go to Shuiximen street, Yunjin road intersection. (Shuiximen dajie Yunjin Lu... More
If you want to get there by metro then take the line 2 metro to Yunjin Lu, take exit 2 and it's on your left. If you want to taxi then you want to go to Shuiximen street, Yunjin road intersection. (Shuiximen dajie Yunjin Lu lukou)