Another Place to Learn more about Taiwanese History : Former British Consular Residence

Resource: Tourism and Travel Department, New Taipei City Government

Inside the Fort San Domingo site is the 1891 Former British Consular Residence, an elegant red-brick Victorian-style house, complete with furnishings re-created from photographic records. The consulate was closed in Japanese times, then reopened after WWII until 1972 when Britain closed it down. London has recognised the PRC since 1950.

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Resource: Tamsui historical museum

Resource: Tamsui historical museum

The residence is a western building that was the third consular residence (also the last one) built by Great Britain in Taiwan. The graceful building was designed by the British and built by Chinese craftsmen. The walls used Chinese red bricks and there is a Min-Nan red-tile roof, giving the entire building an exotic diverse style. The building features red bricks, arches, corridors and pitched roofs, making it a classic British Colonial-Style Building.

Resource: Tamsui historical museum

Travel Info
Former British Consular Residence
[前英國領事館/Chián Ying Guó Lǐng Shìh Guǎn]
-Located in: Northern Taiwan
-County: New Taipei City
 Museum, Exhibitions, Historical Site, Scenic Spots

-Highly recommend to: History Buffs
-Opening Hours: 9:30am – 10pm (After 6pm; only outdoor garden and coffee garden are open to the public) Tuesday to Sunday.
Ticketing: TWD 60 (Adults)/40 (Students/Groups with more than 20 people)
-Contact: +886-2-26231001
-Address: No. 1, Ln. 28, Zhongzheng Rd., Tamsui Dist., New Taipei City, Taiwan

Editor : John@ReadyGo
Thanks to Lonely Planet for the content sharing.

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