Puppet Regime Imperial Palace

Puppet Regime Imperial Palace, Changchun Travel GuideLocated at northeastern part of Changchun City, the palace covers 120,000 square meters. It was the palace of Puyi, the emperor of Qing Dynasty, who ascended the throne for the third time to become the puppet emperor of the Japanese-created state of Manchukuo. In 1934, the puppet regime was renamed the "Manchu empire" with the reign title of "Kangde." On March 1 of the same year, Pu Yi came to power and made his residence the imperial palace, which was divided into the outer and inner palaces, with the former as the living quarters for Puyi and his family, while the latter was where he conducted his political activities. In addition there are waxen statues mirroring historical figures in the palace to help people understand the puppet emperor's political and daily life.

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