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The Museum of The Imperial Palace of Manchukuo

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As the last emperor of China, it is with great interest to know how he had lived as a puppet... read more

Reviewed 24 January 2018
Melsha
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Not bad.

I like museums and history, so this was interesting. If you're not into history, you probably have... read more

Reviewed 9 June 2017
sf31p
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No.5 Guangfu North Road, Kuancheng District, Changchun 130052, China
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Reviewed 24 January 2018

As the last emperor of China, it is with great interest to know how he had lived as a puppet emperor. The grandness of Chinese palaces we have all seen, but what about this man - Puyi? Thus is you are as curious about his...More

Thank Melsha
Reviewed 9 June 2017 via mobile

I like museums and history, so this was interesting. If you're not into history, you probably have no idea what the museum is about, so you may want to skip it. I liked the exhibits and displays. I have no complaints

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Reviewed 11 April 2017

The ticket price is 80 without student's card and with it is only 30RMB. You have access to the stables, all of the buildings and the museum of war history. Alos, you can walk around the Japanese designed garden and go into the WWII bunker....More

1  Thank Luis C
Reviewed 30 October 2016

This destination let you felt the journey of a top guy of the country to ordinary citizen of the country, Worth to visit and it's great.

Thank Ideatraveller
Reviewed 10 August 2016 via mobile

Place is quite good for history lovers. Otherwise it may looks boring. Have been there alone during my trip to the city.

Thank Slava C
Reviewed 5 August 2016

very beautiful palace which will take you back in history. well maintained. one special roomn arranged where you can watch old videos related to history of china

Thank charu4thakur25
Reviewed 18 June 2016 via mobile

Little known by citizens of the West, the Last Emperor of China was taken by the Japanese after his overthrow in 1911 and the Japanese made him their puppet leader during their occupation of Manchuria. This palace was built by the Japanese to house the...More

Thank Seth L
Reviewed 24 May 2016

I traveled here with a few friends during my bachelor party in Changchun. Although I had been before, this trip was a particularly wonderful experience. Cons: The signage is not well translated into English, and is often hard to read. In addition, knowledge of the...More

1  Thank davidarthursteele
Reviewed 15 May 2016

Puyi, the last emperor of China, had his story told by Bertolucci in his impressive, award-winning movie. The Qing Dinasty was originally from Manchuria, so it is interesting to see this reminder of Chanchun as the capital of China for some years. The Imperial Palace...More

Thank R_TheReader
Reviewed 16 February 2016

Feb 4 Changchun on the Songhua Plain is only 200 years old, yet it has a population of over 8M residents and is the capital of Jilin province. In the NE part of the city are the many separate buildings and houses of the puppet...More

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