Qing Dynasty Taiwan Provincial Administration Hall

Qing Dynasty Taiwan Provincial Administration Hall, Zhongzheng District: Address, Qing Dynasty Taiwan Provincial Administration Hall Reviews: 4.5/5

Qing Dynasty Taiwan Provincial Administration Hall

Qing Dynasty Taiwan Provincial Administration Hall
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Jeffry b
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Historic remainder of Qing Dynasty rule
Aug 2021
The Qing TynastyTaiwan Provincial Administration Hall, also known as the yamen, can be found in the Taipei Botanic Garden, is the oldest remaining Qing Dynsty structure in Taiwan. It was built in 1882. It is officially known as the Guest House of the Imperial Envoys Museum. The Imperial Envoys visited Taiwan on tours of inspection. Taiwan was considered to be a restive province. In 1895, the island of Taiwan was ceded to Japan, and remained part of the Japanese Empire until 1945. The Administration Hall is easy to find, it's worth a visit if you are in the Botanic Garden.
Written August 29, 2021
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