‪Liberty Sculpture Park‬

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dnaleciz
وادي مورينو, كاليفورنيا404 مساهمات
‪After spending the night in the camper parked at Eddies World Truck Stop in Yermo, California. Noted several sculptures in a field a short distance from the truck stop. Naturally, had to investigate these monuments. Located a 36-acre desert lot known as Liberty Sculpture Park. This park was established in 2017 by a group of Chinese dissidents. Its purpose was to highlight the Chinese people’s desire for freedom and to condemn the actions of the Chinese Communist Party against the population of China. Weiming Chen a sculptor, was one of the founders of this park. Utilizing the concept, that sculptures could be used to portray the desire for freedom, he set about constructing large piece of artwork that could be seem from the Interstate and surrounding area. Activist Li Wangyang is honored with a 16-foot-high statue depicting him in chains standing before a military tribunal court. Convicted and sentenced to twenty-one years in jail, he was later “eliminated.” A giant 20-foot-high monument with the numbers 6 and 4 represents the date (6/04/1989) of the massacre at Tiananmen Square. The names of two hundred individual who died that day are listed on the reverse side of each number. “Tank Man” is a life size monument to the unknown individual standing defiantly in front of a column of Chinese tanks as they rolled into the square. This 1,300-pound concrete statue is remarkable and reflects an individual with no fear of the tanks. His determination to stop the tanks is etched on his face. The tank is an actual size replica of tanks used that day in 1989. These few sculptures will arouse your desire for freedom. Additional sculptures located in the park represent other aspects of the Chinese Communist Party attempts to curtail civil liberties and suppress democracy for the Chinese people. Signs of arson and vandalism are noted throughout the park. The CCP Virus 1 statue was destroy and remains a pile of rubble. Graffiti artist have been busy, and their decorations can be observed on several of the pieces of art. Sad that liberty and freedom means so little to some individuals. Additional works of art are in progress. A remarkable collection, well worth an hours of your time.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 29 يوليو 2022
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Ysengrimus
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‪We've passed by this particular attraction a few times on the way to Las Vegas and one day, we just were interested on the way back home and decided to stopover. The park is relatively new, but it was certainly interesting to see how art was used to raise awareness of the events going on in Hong Kong (as well as in China).

The only issues I had with the park was:

-The way into the park was a little tricky; I've seen cars go in some strange ways to enter the park but hopefully the artist/owner of the park will make it easier for accessibility

-Vandalism was becoming increasingly evident; I know the owner can't do much but I hope they'll come every now and then to clean up the graffiti left behind by kids

-Some strange men were hanging around the park grounds; I'm not sure if there is some security detail, but in our visit, we saw 2 men in dark clothes hanging around in a corner. Not sure if they were guards but I hope the owner is aware and will explain whether or not these men were protecting the park or not.

All in all, I'd say it's worth checking out, as the park only requires visitors a 10-15 minute window to view the whole lot.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 28 ديسمبر 2021
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Susan H
‪Tacoma‬, واشنطن2,382 مساهمة
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‪This place is designed to bring awareness to communism and the need for freedom. The park is odd but makes more sense if you google it and read about the goal of the artists who owns the property and learn more about the statues. Like I said, it is interesting.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 10 ديسمبر 2021
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Perkadventures
‪Banning‬, كاليفورنيا15,292 مساهمة
‪This park is a private park with the ability to have tables in the shade to rest. Entrance is on Yermo Road via a dirt road. This is a tribute to those Chinese still fighting to be free in Mainland China. There are status in the area that you can drive or walk to.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 22 نوفمبر 2021
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Teri A
‪Dallas‬, ‪Oregon‬مساهمتيْن
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‪I own the property next to the sculpture park and ever since they started putting up statues it has made my life a living hell. I have people driving acrossed my property some getting stuck in the sand and turning my 10 acres into a wasted place its full of dirt roads now. I moved out here before Eddie world and the sculpture park I liked the quite but I don't have that any more, I don't care people going to there's places but they don't have to destroy my property, so please people the entrance is on yermo rd not telstar‬
كُتب بتاريخ 15 يوليو 2021
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Stay62508464638
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‪看到相关的新闻,去LV的时候特地在这里停留了一下。感谢纪念碑的创作者、雕塑家陈维明。64发生时,我还很小,这么多年了,我们并没有忘记,大家还在继续努力,总有一天中国会实现自由民主‬
كُتب بتاريخ 6 فبراير 2020
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k b
سان دييجو, كاليفورنيا297 مساهمة
‪Long desert drives require a bit of unexpected eye-gaze. There are several sculptures one can see off the I-15 freeway. You are not certain if it is real, fake, and instantly intrigued. It's more of a sculpture display in the desert landscape. Desert art is becoming quite popular. Seven Magic Mountains, still stand en route to Vegas. Each sculpture is massive and interesting, although no placards to describe anything about these sculptures. What is really neat is that the armored tank can be explored. You can touch, take pictures, go inside and have a wow time. Plenty of space for kiddos to scream and adults to take a nice stretch break. When you are done, don't waste you time in Barstow, walk across the street to Eddie's World. A magnificent experience of delicious food choices, ice cream, and every candy known to man. in fact, Eddie's claims it has the cleanest restrooms in the world. I may agree, and they smell floral as well.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 12 أكتوبر 2019
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