德国总督府旧址
2010-12-17

     德国总督府旧址
  Site of German Governor’s Palace   


 


  位于青岛市市南区沂水路11号,建于1902~1906年,为德国胶澳总督办公楼,故名“总督府”。建筑面积7123平方米,主体高20米。为四层楼房,采用19世纪欧洲公共建筑的对称平面,主面为三纵五段的对称处理,建筑平面呈凹字型。日本第一次侵占青岛期间,为“青岛守备军”司令部;日本第二次侵占青岛期间,为日伪政府所在地。国民政府时期,为政府驻地。1949~1994年,为青岛市人民政府办公楼。现为青岛市人大常委会和青岛市政协的办公场所。1996年,被列为全国重点文物保护单位。 

  Located at No.11, Yishui Road, Shinan District, Qingdao, the building was built in 1902~1906 and named “Governor’s Palace” for serving as the office building for German Jiao’ao Governor. With a floorage of 7,123 m2, the principal part is 20 m high. This is a four-storey building which adopts the symmetrical plane like European public architecture in the 19th century, with the façade in symmetrical treatment of “three columns and five sections” and the architectural plane in “凹” shape. It had served as the headquarters of “Qingdao Garrison” during Japan’s first aggression against Qingdao, as the seat of Puppet Government controlled by Japan during Japan’s second aggression, as the seat of government when Kuomintang came into power, and as the office building of Qingdao Municipal People’s Government in 1949~1994 and currently is the office place of Standing Committee of Qingdao Municipal People’s Congress and Qingdao Municipal Committee of CPPCC. It was listed into key national protected units of cultural relics in 1996.

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