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  First built in 1984, the Exhibition of Ancient Warfare began to be open to the public in 1988. And it was renovated in 1998 and reopened in 1999. Located in the west part of the third fl... More
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  First built in 1984, the Exhibition of Modern Warfare was open to the public in 1988. And it was under renovation and readjustment in 1998 and reopened in 1999. Located in the west part ... More
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  Located in the east part of the first floor of the exhibition building, the Exhibition Hall of the Agrarian Revolutionary War (August 1927-July 1937) focuses on the history of the revoluti... More
  Located in the east part of the second floor of the exhibition building, the Exhibition of the War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression (July 1937-August 1945) presents the Chine... More
  Located in the east part of the second floor of the exhibition building, the Exhibition of the War of Liberation of China presents the War of Liberation of China launched by the Chine... More
  Based upon the exhibition “We Are Marching to the Sun” held in the commemoration of the 80th anniversary of the founding of the PLA, this exhibition hall was relocated to the east p... More
  First open to the public on 1 August 1960, the exhibition has undergone adjustment for a couple of times. Reopened to the public in 1999 with newly-arranged exhibits, the exhibition is w... More
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  Located in the northern section of the central hall of the exhibition building, the Exhibition of Weapons occupies an area of 20,000 square meters. Housed in a magnificent vaulted structur... More
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  Located in the central hall on the fourth floor of the exhibition building, the Exhibition of Friendly Exchanges Between the PLA and Its Foreign Counterparts occupies an area of nearly 900 ... More
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  The 1,190m2 gallery occupies the first to third floors of the east wing of the exhibition building. The first group of 83 exhibits include 27 oil paintings, 18 traditional Chinese paintings... More