The Grand Canal of China
Weishan Lake is the largest fresh water lake in northern China. It is about 16,000 acres and the Grand Canal of China runs through the lake. At the northern end of the lake, you will find Mt. Liang. This is the place where the story of a 108 legendary heroes, are depicted vividly in China’s top master novel, the Outlaws of Marshall. The government funds heritage projects like these to protect this glorified saga. Weishan Lake is also a heroic place for China’s guerrilla warfare against the Japanese invasion in World War II. Japan’s canal transportations were ambushed repeatedly by guerrillas led by the army of Communist China. Reenactment of such historical events can be seen at the memorial park daily between April and October.
Location: Weishan Lake scenic area, Binhu town, tengzhou 滕州市滨湖镇微山湖湿地旅游区
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