Wuchang Peasant Movement Workshop, No. 41, the former residence of Mao Zedong in Wuchang. Wuhan has made great contributions to China's revolution and socialist construction. Wuhan is an important place in Comrade Mao Zedong's revolutionary career. He has explored the peasant movement extensively and finally found the way out for it. Here is the report on the investigation of Hunan peasant movement.
The museum was opened to the public on October 1, 1967. Its business and administrative work is managed by Wuchang Agricultural Lecture Memorial Hall.
Mao Zedong's old residence was from December 1926 to August 1927 when Mao Zedong was engaged in revolutionary activities in Wuhan. It is listed as a cultural relic protection unit in Hubei Province. The old house is a residential building in the late Qing Dynasty, sitting in the East and west, with green bricks, grey tiles and three courtyards. The original building was demolished in Wuchang Children's Park in 1957.
In 1967, Mao Zedong's bedroom, Cai Hesen, Guo Liang, Peng Mei, Mao Zemin, Mao Zetao, Xia Mingham, Luo Zhe and other people have been living in the same room and front living room. Exhibition of Mao Zedong and Yang Kaihui used iron boxes, clocks, kerosene lamps, Xia Mingham used mosquito nets and other cultural relics and replicas.
In 1976, the Municipal Committee agreed to build the exhibition hall on the south side of the old site. Its facade was restored according to the residential houses of that year, and its interior was a flat-roofed corridor hall. The display area is 312 square meters. It was officially opened to the outside world on September 9, 1977.
The contents of the exhibition are "Revolutionary Activities of Comrade Mao Zedong in Wuhan during the Great Revolution", and 97 cultural relics, reproductions and photographs are on display. The cultural relics collected after the opening of the old residence are collected by the memorial hall of the agricultural lecture hall.
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