Puppet Palace

     Pseudo-Manchu Palace is a court site of the last Chinese emperor, Ai Xinjue Luo Puyi, who served as Emperor of the Manchurian Empire. It is one of the three most existing court sites in China. It covers an area of 137,000 square meters, dozens of palace buildings, architecture style can be described as both Chinese and Western mixed China and Japan, has a typical colonial characteristics, is the most typical history of Japanese militarism invading and occupying Northeast China, the implementation of the fascist colonial rule witness. The East of the Puppet Imperial Palace is the Museum of History of the Northeast Depression. 

     The Puppet Palace Museum was founded in 1962 and covers an area of 205,500 square meters. It is mainly responsible for the protection, restoration, utilization, collection, preservation, and research of the ruins of the imperial palace, and digging deep into the special history of this palace site. Cultural connotations, organized display exhibitions that are compatible with them, and carried out modern history and patriotic education.

     The Puppet Palace Museum is a national key cultural relics protection unit, a nationwide demonstration base for patriotic education, a national AAAAA-class tourist attraction, and a state-level museum.