Zheng Cheng Memorial Hall was founded on 28 January 1962 to commemorate the 300th anniversary of Zheng Cheng's recovery of Taiwan. Zheng Chenggong Memorial Hall will be visited from the second floor, and you can see Zheng Chenggong's whole body statue. The Pavilion is divided into seven showrooms, Zheng Chenggong (1624.08.26-1662.06.23), Fusong, Mingli and Damu. Nan'an people of Quanzhou, Fujian Province, originated in Gushi, Henan Province. Father Zheng Zhilong and Mother Kawabata. In Hongguang Dynasty, Jiansheng succeeded in conferring the Ming Dynasty's surname "Zhu" by Emperor Monglong Wu, who also named him as "Zheng Yanping", "Zheng Guo's surname", "Guo Ye and "King Yanping" by Emperor Mongol Yongli. In 1645 (the second year of Shunzhi in Qing Dynasty, the first year of Hongguang) the Qing Army invaded the south of the Yangtze River, and soon Zheng Zhilong fell to the Qing Dynasty and Tian Chuan killed himself in the rebellious army. Zheng Cheng led his father's old army to resist the Qing Dynasty along the southeastern coast of China and became one of the main military forces in the late Nanming Dynasty. At one time, he was raided by sea and surrounded Ningfu (Nanjing in the Ming Dynasty), but was eventually repulsed by the Qing Army Gate, Golden Gate. In Zheng Cheng Memorial Hall, we can understand Zheng Cheng's extraordinary life more systematically.
The Zheng Cheng Memorial was established in 1962 to commemorate the 300th anniversary of Zheng Cheng's recovery of Taiwan. The memorial is located in the Riguangyan scenic spot, but does not accept admission tickets. The main building of the memorial hall is an overview villa of modern architecture. The villa itself is a beautiful scenery. The museum exhibits a large number of historical materials and statues and models of iron artillery when Zheng Chenggong recovered Taiwan, which is worth seeing.
Zheng Cheng-cheng was a national hero who recovered Taiwan. Before recovering Taiwan, Zheng Cheng-cheng had practiced the Navy on Gulangyu Island. There are many Zheng Cheng Memorials in Gulangyu. To the north of Riguangyan, Zheng Chenggong Memorial Hall was built with three-storey villas, showing the great achievements of recovering Taiwan.
Xiamen is bound to visit places to let people feel the nostalgia of Zheng Chenggong's recovery of Taiwan.
Zheng Cheng Memorial Hall is located in the north of Riguangyan on Gulangyu Island, Xiamen. It was originally a residence of overseas Chinese. At that time, overseas Chinese bought the villas together. Later, they dedicated the villas and Riguangyan to the country. Now the villas are the national cultural relics protection units, exhibiting Zheng Cheng's life and developing Taiwan's history.
To the north of Riguangyan, Gulangyu Island, there is a three-storey huge villa. She used to be an overseas Chinese residence and is now a national heritage preservation unit. The villa is now converted into a Zheng Cheng Memorial Hall to show Zheng Cheng's history of recovering Taiwan.
Zheng Cheng Memorial Hall is located in Gulangyu Island. It is free to visit from Riguangyan scenic spot. In Chinese history, Zheng Chenggong's recovery of Taiwan seems to be the most glorious page of the Chinese nation. However, few people know Zheng Cheng's embarrassment of losing loyalty and righteousness to recover Taiwan. You can take your children to visit and learn about history.
Zheng Cheng Memorial Hall is located in the north of Riguangyan. It was originally the residence of overseas Chinese, and now it is a key cultural relic under national protection. This exhibition shows the process of Zheng Chenggong's recovery of Taiwan and the materials of Zheng's three generations'development of Taiwan.
There is a Zheng Cheng Memorial Hall on Gulangyu Island. It is located in the north of Riguangyan. It was originally a villa for overseas Chinese and a national cultural protection building. People transformed it into a memorial hall to introduce Zheng Cheng's life and the process of recovering Taiwan.
Zheng Cheng Memorial is located in Riguangyan Park, north of Riguangyan. It is a villa for patriotic overseas Chinese. It is now a national heritage preservation unit. It has been rebuilt into Zheng Cheng Memorial Hall. It shows Zheng Cheng's life and many warship models when he regained Taiwan.