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Tangshan Earthquake Memorial Hall

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Address: West of the Anti-seismic Monument Square, Lunan District, Tangshan 063000, China
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"Of historical significance for the folks of Tangshan"

I found this Memorial Hall to be an informative site that helped me better understand Tangshan and what the people had endured years before. When disaster strikes the character of... read more

Reviewed 30 May 2016
Douglas P
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Beijing, China
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Beijing, China
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Reviewed 30 May 2016

I found this Memorial Hall to be an informative site that helped me better understand Tangshan and what the people had endured years before. When disaster strikes the character of the people is at stake and what I discovered was the people of Tangshan are strong and throughout my visit in Tangshan people would often share stories from what they... More 

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Singapore, Singapore
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Reviewed 22 May 2016 via mobile

The official name is "Tangshan Earthquake Relief Memorial Hall" as indicated on the ticket. Entrance is free and you need to present an ID. The museum is closed on Monday. Photo taking within the premise is not allowed. There are two levels of exhibits with the first devoting to history of Tangshan including its early phase of industrial development, and... More 

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Beijing, China
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Reviewed 6 April 2016

The park itself is nice to walk around and the memorial is good to visit to learn about the terrible events of 1976.

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Thank Adrian B
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Reviewed 23 March 2016 via mobile

Gives a very good impression of the disaster from 1976 and the hardship the people of Tangshan had to endure. Free entrence. You advised to bring your passport for idintification.

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Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 22 September 2014

this museum will tell you all you need to know about the terrible earthquake that hit the city in 1976 earthquake that hit in 1976

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Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
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Reviewed 12 August 2014

Outstanding exhibits - and most things were written in both Chinese and English to allow visitors to understand. My gf's family were victims and we were able to see their names on the wall. This place acts as a designated earthquake shelter, offers beautiful sculpture and preserved damage outside and inside. Best yet, it shows a timeline of Tangshan -... More 

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Ankeny, Iowa
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Reviewed 3 August 2014

I finally got a chance to visit the Museum the first time after the 1976 quake to see the city's yesterday through the numerous heart-breaking exhibits. its was built on the previously quake site, but without seeing the relics of a building, the Memorial Wall and the Memorial Hall, I could hardly see any traces of the catastrophic devastation which... More 

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Tehran
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Reviewed 13 October 2013

You can only read and listen in Chinese but no English (at list when was there). But pictures were talking themselves of pain and suffer of people. Also about their unity and human sensation.

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Tangshan, China
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Reviewed 29 July 2013

Not only about the 1976 earthquake, but largely about future plans for Tangshan city and district, inclluding the port. Free entry with a passport or Chinese ID.

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Stuttgart
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Reviewed 22 September 2012

Like everything in this city the Earthquake Memorial Hall is dusty. But its interessting to see the devastation of the city and the phenomenal rebuild. Since 2012 there is a Wanda Place Shopping mall right around the corner, with a nice Starbucks and some good shops. In the evening there are a lot of young couples around the memorial, older... More 

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