Located in Huishi Township, Huining County, Gansu Province, the former site of the Red Army’s Joining Forces in Huining County is a revolution site which is commemorates the successful realignment of the First, Second and Fourth Routes of the Chinese Red Army.
“Joining Forces Building" was built in the Ming Dynasty, which is the significant evidence of these three armies joining forces in Huining County, as well as the symbol of the old Huining City. In 1986, in honour of the 50th anniversary of the three main forces of the Red Army joining forces in Huining, the Monument of Joining Forces was erected. On the monument, there are 18 forceful characters “The Memorial Tower of the Joining Forces of the First, Second and Fourth Routes of Chinese Red Army", inscribed by Deng Xiaoping. Meanwhile, the Martyrs’ Cemeteries of the Red Army were constructed in Dadunliang and Manniupo of Huining County. In 1996, Huining built “a large collection of stone tablets for the generals of the Red Army’s joining forces." A large number of exhibits like the lanterns and copper pots are displayed in the “Revolutionarily Cultural Artifacts Exhibition Hall of the Red Army’s Joining Forces".