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The Shrine Hall of Li Hongzhang

Travel to the Shrine Hall of Li Hongzhang, you can get to know the life story of this famous person. The Shrine Hall of Li Hongzhang, built besides his tomb and holds his spirit tablet, was built in the 28th year of Emperor Guangxu's reign during the Qing Dynasty. This is also the place that Li's family went to offer sacrifices. The entire complex, besides the tomb and hall, also has a storehouse. The hall and the tomb face to the north. The stone archway of the complex has four columns, three rooms and three towers with four characters Jun Heng Du Hu engraved on it. These four characters mean assuming heavy responsibilities and enjoying both felicity and longevity.
Li Hongzhang was a Chinese general who suppressed rebellions and a leading statesman of the late Qing Empire. He was best known for his diplomatic negotiation skills in the west. Since 1894 First Sino-Japanese War, Li Hongzhang had become a literary symbol for China's embarrassments in the late Qing Dynasty. His image in China remains largely controversial, with most criticizing his lack of political insight and his failure to win a single external military campaign against foreign powers, but praising his role as a pioneer of industrial and military modernization in Late Qing. Here's some guide information in your travel of The Shrine Hall of Li Hongzhang: Address: The Shrine Hall of Li Hongzhang, Hefei City, Anhui Province. Contact number: 0086-10-85968802 Admission Fee: CNY10 Opening Hours: 08:00 to 18:00

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