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Kinmen Peace Memorial Park (Lincuo Fortress)

3.5 5 Reviews

Updated:2019-07-26

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Introduction

Highlights
- This was where most of the fighting took place during the famous Guningtou Battle.
- Ring the huge Peace Bell.
- The Guningtou E-Bike Tour route starts here.

Kinmen Peace Memorial Park was established on this historic battleground to honor General Hu Lien's meritorious service in the victorious Guningtou Battle. Bunkers of various sizes and shapes can be spotted half-hidden in the nearby hills.
Lincuo Fortress (Kinmen Peace Memorial Park)
The park has a gigantic peace bell made of bombshell fragments. In 2011, Berlin's Volkspark Friedrichshain and Kinmen Peace Memorial Park held a synchronized bell ringing ceremony to honor the peace that now exists in both spots.
Lincuo Fortress (Kinmen Peace Memorial Park)
There's also a memorial hall where you can see old photos and get background information and details about both the Guningtou Battle and General Hu Lien.林厝砲陣地(金門和平紀念園區)
Guningtou E-Bike Itinerary

Information

Address Dinglin Road, Jinning Township, Kinmen County Taiwan, R.O.C

Opening Hours Open all day

Admission charge Free

Facilities

  • Light meals
  • Toilets
  • Parking
  • Guiding Service

Recommended length of visit

1hr

Directions

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  5. 1 Excellent

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  1. 2 Families
  2. 0 Couples
  3. 2 Solo
  4. 0 Business
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  • thelonious22

    Seongnam

    Traveler type:

    Solo travel

    Unnecessary tour stop

    2 2018-09

    Peace Memorial Park was one of the uninteresting sights that seemed to be designed to fill in the four hours of the tour. Few military bunkers, some old tanks, and a peace bell were all that was there to see. Rock Oyster Industry Cultural Center seemed like a random museum to be in the middle of this park. All displays were in Chinese, so there wasn’t much for the non-Chinese speaker.

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