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Zhengzhou City, Bayside Ridge Park - Northern Expedition Memorial Monument
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Ridge Park is located in Zhengzhou City, Zhengzhou City, Bayside West, formerly known as the Northern Expedition her second Army National Revolutionary Army Memorial cemetery. Into the park after the liberation, May 1, 1957 officially open to visitors, as China's modern revolutionary historical sites. Currently, the well-preserved heritage park, Zhongshan Park, Temple of martyrs, monuments, kiosks as a witness of history, every year dozens of students in colleges to pay homage to park in memory of revolutionary martyrs. June 28, 1991, Marshal Nie monument inscription for the new "Northern Expedition Memorial immortal." July 2008, Bayside Ridge Park was named "patriotic education base."

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