5 Facts About Lu Xun Park

1. Lu Xun Park can be reached by taking Shanghai Metro Line 3 or 8 to Hongkou Football Stadium Station.

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2. Lu Xun Park is home to several hundred cherry trees, some of which are Yoshino trees transplanted from Ueno Park in Tokyo.

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3. Lu Xun Park contains a plum garden, a memorial hall dedicated to Yun Bong-gil, and a bust of the Hungarian revolutionary poet Sandor Petofi, some of whose works Lu Xun translated into Chinese.

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4. Lu Xun Park contains the tomb of Lu Xun, with an inscription by Mao Zedong.

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5. Lu Xun Park is just north of Duolun Road, a historic street that is a car-free zone.

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