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About Beijing LuGouQiao

For 800 years, over 500 stone lions have guarded this bridge. Built in 1192, this “bridge over the reed moat,” is referenced by Marco Polo himself. In the 17th century, flood swept away two of its arches, just one of the horrible things that this bridge had endured. Here, the war with Japan was ignited, and here was where the two sides traded gun shots across the river. Today, it proudly wears its battle scars, looking especially magnificent in mid-autumn, as the moon shines over it. Two monuments, the Anti-Japanese War Memorial and Japanese War Sculpture Park, are nearby.



How to get there
By subway: Babaoshan. By bus: 303, 309 at Diaosuyuan (Sculpture Garden), 310 at Dujikan.

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