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Ruijin Revolutionary Memorial


The Ruijin Revolutionary Memorial was built in 1958 in memory of the Central Revolutionary Base and the First Red Army, which were founded under the leadership of the Chinese Communist Party and its leaders like Mao Zedong and Zhu De. It lies in Ruijin County of Jiangxi Province.

During the Second Civil Revolutionary War, Ruiin was the center of revolutionary bases, where some important institutions of CPC were stationed and the first and second All China Congress of Soviets were held. Besides, Ruijin was also the starting point of the First Red Army and the Central Institutions for the Long March.

The memorial boasts a collection of 10,265 pieces of cultural relics, which include 45 Class One collections, 90 Class Two collection, 10,220 copies of historical records, and 2,000 volumes of books and magazines. All these exhibits record the revolutionary activities of Mao Zedong, Zhu De, Zhou Enlai and Liu Shaoqi, and the struggles of the Red Army.

The memorial has an auxiliary display hall that covers an area of about 1,828 square meters. It has launched the Exhibition of Cultural Relics of the Central Revolutionary Base, which displayed over 800 exhibits, including 602 pieces of cultural relics.