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Explore interesting sights in Chengdu, China. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 6 sights are available in Chengdu, China.List of cities in China Sightseeing Tours in Chengdu
1. People's ParkBook Ticket*
People's Park is an urban public park in central Chengdu, capital of Sichuan province, China. Built in 1911 as Shaocheng Park (少城公园), it is the first public park in the city. The Railway Protection Movement Monument in the park is designated a Major Historical and Cultural Site of China.
2. Tianfu SquareBook Ticket*
Tianfu Square is located in the center of Chengdu, with Shudu Avenue (east-west arterial road) to the north, Renmin Middle Road (north-south arterial road) to the east and west, and Dongyu Street and Xiyujie (east-west arterial road) to the south, with an area of 88,368 square meters. Tianfu Square Station, the intersection of Chengdu Metro Line 1 and Line 2, is located here. Originally the location of the Imperial City of Chengdu, its form and status in Chengdu and even Sichuan Province are similar to Beijing's Tiananmen Square.
Sichuan Army Anti-Japanese Fallen Monument, located outside the east gate of People's Park in Qingyang District, Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China, is the work of the famous Chinese sculptor Liu Kaiqu, which means to commemorate the great contribution made by the Sichuan Army to the Anti-Japanese War, the monument was originally officially completed on July 7, 1944, erected in the Chengdu East Gate Cave, that is, the starting point of the Sichuan Army's anti-Japanese journey out of Sichuan. Later, during the Cultural Revolution in the 60s of the 20th century, the CCP accused him of being a Kuomintang soldier and was smashed and destroyed. After 1985, the Chengdu Municipal Government invited Liu Kaiqu, the original author, who was over 80 years old at the time, as a guide, to reshape the monument according to its original appearance and enlargement, and place it in the center of the intersection of Wannian Field on the second ring road of Dongmen, and officially cut the ribbon on August 15, 1989. On August 15, 2007, due to the traffic renovation at the Wannian Field intersection, the monument was officially moved to the east gate of Chengdu People's Park, which was also the place where the 1937 Sichuan Army went out of Sichuan to resist Japan.
The Monument to the Death of Qiubao Road is located northwest of the People's Park in Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China. The monument was built in 1913, a memorial building built by the Sichuan-Han Railway Corporation to commemorate the martyrs who died in the Sichuan Road Protection Movement in 1911. The tablet is 31.86 meters high and is composed of four parts of the platform, the seat, the tablet and the top of the monument, and the monument of 1911. After its completion, the monument underwent many repairs and was listed as a national key cultural relic protection unit in 1988.
5. Chairman Mao statue
The Mao Zedong Statue is a marble sculpture located in Tianfu Square, Chengdu, Sichuan, China. The monument stands 30 m (98.4 ft) tall and depicts Mao Zedong with an outstretched arm. Before 1967, the site was occupied by an ancient palace from the Shu Kingdom of ancient Sichuan. The palace was destroyed by Red Guards and the moat around it filled in to make an air raid shelter in 1967.
6. Sichuan Science and Technology Museum
Sichuan Science and Technology Museum is a museum about science and technology in Sichuan. It was the Sichuan Provincial Exhibition Hall (SCPEH) until 2006. The museum includes airplanes, flying saucers, 3D movies, robots and interactive model rockets.
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