The first stop of Lushun is also a must-see place for Lushun. The Lushun Prison was first built by the Russians, not as a prison at first, but as a battlefield hospital and barracks. The part built by the Russians is not very big. It is the Y-shaped part of the core, which is grey in color. Later, it is the Japanese "achievement" that forms the scale of the present prison. The Japanese expanded the building on the basis of the Russians, that is, the red brick building part seen now is Japan. I built it. The Museum has well preserved facilities such as prisons, dungeons, reform-through-labour factories, hanging rooms and so on. After watching, the mood is complex. Especially the recovery scenes such as hanging rack and corpse barrel. Fortunately, it's sunny. If it's cloudy, I don't know how to suppress it. The museum also has historical exhibitions of the war between Japan and Russia. The lighthouses, cannons, old photographs, and stone tablets carved in Chinese by the Japanese commander-in-chief, Hidden, are memorials of the humiliation of that period. In addition, a special exhibition hall records the deeds of the Korean anti-Japanese volunteers, the most famous of which was the assassination of Ito Bowen's Anchonggen volunteers, whose final place of detention and righteousness was in this prison, which was preserved and displayed. The Prison Museum is large enough to follow the prescribed route.
The old Japanese-Russian prison site in Lushun was built in 1907 when Russia invaded Lushun in the early 20th century. It almost completely preserves the appearance of the prison at that time. This is the most direct place in Lushunkou to understand the evil practices of Russia and Japan. After reading this, I deeply feel that life is hard won now. I remember the heroic martyrs and a good base of patriotic education.
It took more than one hour to get to Lushun from Dalian No. 1 Metro to LRT. The old Japanese and Russian prisons are located in Xiangyang Street, Lushun, free of charge. The prison was built in 1902, during the Tsarist colonial period, so it is a typical Russian building. The war between Japan and Russia ended in 1905, and Japan occupied Lushun, Dalian. Two years later, on the basis of the original large-scale expansion, four meters high, 725 meters long wall was built around, the number of cells increased to 253. The prison buildings are in the shape of "big" radiation, grey bricks are seen by Russia, and red bricks are expanded by Japan. In 1971, the old prison site was renovated and opened to the public. At present, it has the longest history, the largest scale, the most complete preservation and the richest historical connotation in China. Every half-hour there is a guided tour with the prescribed route, which needs to be followed all the time and can not be done by oneself. The tour guide's explanations are detailed and his mood is somewhat complicated along the way.
When you go to Lushun, Dalian, you must go to the Museum of the old prison site of Japan and Russia to experience it. No tickets are required. On either side of the door was the cell, and it was very uncomfortable to see that our compatriots had been held in such a difficult environment. We have also seen the places where the sick prisoners are imprisoned. The sick prisoners are not treated at all. They are confined in the simpler places and let themselves die. There are also torture tools used to interrogate prisoners and our compatriots in the museum, which are shocking to see. There are also barrels for the execution of prisoners and the loading of their remains, which are still terrible to think of. After visiting this museum, I feel a lot. Now our life is really hard won. We Chinese people need to be self-reliant to be strong and not bullied and invaded by others.
After taking my son to see this, I felt very heavy and gave him a very instructive lesson. Most of the detainees here are Chinese and Korean. The bones barrel is shocking, and there are all kinds of cruel torture tools. The people killed in the hanging room are all the evidences of aggression against the country. I hope that history will never repeat itself. The Chinese people should unite.
The solemn and heavy atmosphere can be felt as soon as we get to the door. The museum is divided into the old site and the new part. The old site consists of cells, dark cells, interrogation rooms, torture rooms, factories, medical rooms, hanging grounds and other areas. It is shocking to see the small dark cells for the first time. A person walking in the aisle feels gloomy and terrible. There are many detailed explanations on the walls to commemorate the brave revolutionary pioneers who passed away. There is a two-storey hanging ground in the Northeast corner. The house is small and dark. Every day, people are sentenced to death here. It is very cruel to strangle them alive. War is much heavier than what we read and see.
It's a free museum. It's hard to come by and feel happy after seeing it. It's very big inside. What's in the hanging room shocked me. I saw a lot of students coming. There are words on the wall. You can read them without explaining them. By the way, you can't bring food into it, but your own water bottle can go in, probably because you are afraid of littering, and it's still very good to protect. Suitable for friends who like history and take children to see it.
Scenic spots are well protected and very valuable. Visiting the old site and listening to the lecturer's explanations, we learned about the living environment and miserable life of the Chinese people in Lushun and even under the colonial rule in that period. Only by keeping history in mind and cherishing peace can we strive to become stronger and realize the dream of a powerful country.
Before coming to Dalian, I was going to Lushun to take my children to see and receive patriotic education. Dalian took Line 2 to Xi'an Railway Station, transferred Line 1 to Hekou, and then transferred Line 12 to Lushun. The taxi cost 10 yuan. It's not small inside. It needs to be slowly turned around and looked at. It is more suitable for children over grade 1 to visit.
Visiting the Museum of the Old Site of Japanese and Russian Prisons, looking at the cells, the tools and the places where the prisoners were sentenced, we can see the cruel fascist acts of this scene, so that we can understand the history and never forget the national shame.