The former site of the Sichuan-Yunnan-Guizhou Revolutionary Committee

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The former site of the Sichuan-Yunnan-Guizhou Revolutionary Committee

by Live in Guizhou


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The former site of the Sichuan-Yunnan-Guizhou Revolutionary Committee is located at No.19 Baihua Road in the center of Bijie City. It was built in the 13th year of the Republic of China. It is now a national-level cultural relic protection unit.

The site now has nearly a thousand cultural relics. The regional museum has departments for display, archaeology, interpretation, security, and fire protection, with three exhibition halls totaling over 260 square meters. The exhibition is divided into three parts: revolutionary relics of the Red Army’s Long March in Bijie, historical materials of the Communist Party in Bijie, and historical relics of Bijie.

These exhibitions use rich archaeological materials, collected cultural relics, objects, photos, etc., to tell the story of Bijie’s long history and display hundreds of unearthed cultural relics, handed-down cultural relics, and revolutionary relics from ancient times to modern times. In particular, the revolutionary relics from the Anti-Japanese War period vividly record the glorious history of the Red Army’s Long March in Bijie.

It is a multi-functional and multi-dimensional exhibition showcasing historical relics and revolutionary deeds. It is now an elementary classroom for revolutionary tradition education in Bijie and has been listed as a provincial-level “patriotic education base”.