Liberation Square need not be deliberately visited, just in the centre of Cairo, next to the Egyptian Museum. When we arrived, there were soldiers with guns in the square. On the first day of arrival in Egypt, everyone was very cautious and did not dare to approach. Only a few days later did we know that it was normal here, often patrolling with guns, without panic. This square is also a major transportation area, and people come and go very busily. It's just that Cairo's environmental hygiene is really poor, and modern civilization is not reflected here.
The six main roads of Jiefang Square are strictly guarded by heavy explosion-proof vehicles, and the stadium is quiet. After all, the first two regime changes triggered the political movement in this square. Not far away, felucca swam gracefully on the Nile, and the sunset was bright red on the Nile.
To Liberation Square, a peaceful and prosperous look, did not see the armored vehicles of the military government and the demonstrators of the Muslim Brotherhood, it seems that the reality is not as shocking as in the news. There are some beautiful graffiti on both sides of the street. Little couples flirt and take pictures there. The atmosphere is very harmonious, which also relaxes our nervous mind.
Nanyang Liberation Square and Nanyang Liberation Monument are located on the Bank of Baihe River in Nanyang City, Henan Province. They are municipal key projects that embody the construction characteristics of Nanyang "Shuicheng, Greentown, China's famous historical and cultural city and modern new city" and display the image of famous city.
Liberation Square is Cairo's largest city square, located in the new downtown area of Cairo. There are many tall buildings around Liberation Square. Compared with other places in Cairo, the flower bed in the center of Liberation Square is very beautiful with flowers blooming all year round.
Liberation Square is the downtown of Cairo (the status should be similar to Shanghai's People's Square, right). There are government buildings, Cairo American University, and many airline offices. There are many graffiti on the walls of the nearby streets, including the statue of Mr. Happel in the center of the Square. I don't know if it is the traces of last year's political incident. 。