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This site is a lovely example of German colonial architecture in the People’s Republic. It is my impression, and somewhat surprisingly so, that relatively few people are interested in this museum. At the former German governor’s mansion, tourists can enjoy a respite from large crowds...More
A quiet calmer place compared to other tourist sites. Imagine the time when all the important people stayed here before. The Residence though not as opulent as some mansions in Europes does shows the difference in architecture and culture. Worth a short visit, a guide...More
The large house, designed by a German architect, was built at the turn of the 20th century. It has art nouveau tiles and original furniture, with some Chinese of the period. There is a good audio guide for 10 Y
I'll start by admitting I'm a history buff, but I think even those who aren't fans of history will enjoy visiting this place. It was like stepping back in time many decades. The splendor and comfort in which the governor and his family lived were...More
The Germans were late comers to China and are sometimes overlooked. Not to be outdone by Britain and France the Germans found a small village with an excellent anchorage and built a trading colony here. A suitable building was required for the Governor and this...More