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Jiawu Sea Warfare Museum is an important travel site. It is located in Liugong Island and is a large memorial hall that reflects on the solemn and tragic history of China. The museum first began operating in 1985. Comprising 9 display rooms, the Jiawu Sea Warfare Museum integrates varied art forms such as sculpture, painting, films and videos with modern technologies such as sound, light, electricity and intense visual languages. The museum has received over millions of visitors from many countries and through different artistic mediums, provides an intense learning

experience of the defeat of Beiyang Navy and the strength of the Weihai people. Since the opening of Museum of First Sino-Japanese War on March 21st, 1985, it has been turned into a museum to commemorate the national heroes who sacrificed their lives in Museum of First Sino-Japanese War. In Liugong Is Jiawu War Memorial Hall, there are 28 unique memorial sites displaying such relics as Beiyang Fleet Command,Dragon Temple, Residence of Commander Dingruchang, Navy Academy, Iron Dock and various Old Fort ,etc. All the 28 relics of Beiyang

navy of Qing Dynasty are ranked State-level cultural relics, thus under good protection. At present, most of them are opened to visitors, such as Beiyang Fleet Command,Dragon Temple, Residence of Commander Dingruchang, Weapon Museum ,Old Fort,etc. Here's some guide information in your travel of Jiawu Sea Warfare Museum: Address: No.2 Shaonian Road,Liujia Island, Huancui District, Weihai, Shandong Province. Contact number: 0086- 0631-5324184   Admission Fee:CNY25  Opening Hours: 07:30-17:00

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