Zhang Shuai Palace
Zhang Shuai Palace was built in September 1914, the third year of the Republic of China, covering an area of 36,000 square meters, with a total floor area of 27,600 square meters. In the fifth year of the Republic of China (1916), Zhang Zuolin officially moved in, and then continued to expand, gradually forming a building system consisting of four parts, namely, the east courtyard, the middle courtyard, the west courtyard and the building outside the courtyard. Each architectural style is different, there are traditional Chinese style, Chinese and Western style, Roman style, Nordic style, Japanese style. There are mainly big brothel, small green house, west courtyard red building group and Zhao four Miss building and other buildings. In the late 20th century, Zhang Shuai Palace was listed as the national outstanding modern architectural complex. Zhang Shuai Mansion is the most well-preserved former residence of celebrities in Northeast China and was listed as a national AAAA scenic spot in 2004.