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Dear friends, in August, after many searches, I finally found out that in 1936, the German merchants raised the resort in Qingdao, the “Bai Mai House” (named after the most funded person). Here are some of my descriptions. I hope everyone likes it (although I know people here don't usually like to reply)

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Here is the main entrance, guarded by a fierce old man.:speechless1:

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There is a secret passage here, usually a dog guard, but I didn't see it on the day I went, otherwise I would have seen God.:speechless:

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a bit like a horror movie house

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These are the photos I took in August. At that time, the sky was dark and there were so many mosquitoes, so I was not exploring. Next I will send the photo taken yesterday.

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The construction workers told me that this building will not be demolished here. We must know that China’s protection of buildings is poor.

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1936~1942?.。。。。

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2008.。。。。

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just now. . . You can't find the trail of the swimming pool!

 

 

Quietly from here, please be quiet!

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I came to the third floor and pretended to be in Stalingrad.

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LOOK!

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Due to the obscuration of trees, Nazi signs were rarely found, so they were preserved in many sports in China. But after the building is built, it is hard to say. . .

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But what I don't understand is that there is no eagle.

 

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Through a bridge, the bridge built in Germany was pressed under the new bridge, bypassing a small lake and coming to the valley. There is an ancient Taoist temple.
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Destroyed after 1960

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Ginkgo trees over 500 years old, and now have fruit

There is spring water in the back ditch, which is similar to the spring water in Baden-Württemberg. .

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On the wall, the Chinese meaning "If you plan to wash your clothes here, please leave the water 10 meters away to avoid polluting the water source."

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Waiting for a reply. End。PS:

Maybe you can provide more old photos to me? The interior of the house belongs to the welfare home, and I can't get in. A reporter had previously contacted a professor of “Mavili” in Germany who had been here during his childhood.:P

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Thank you for the thread. I was in Qingdao in 2007 and it is a pity I didn't know about this place then.

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This is a bit of fascinating historical architecture from old Tsingtau.  I had no idea that this building was there. 

Where exactly in Qingdao is this building located?  Is it in the old portion of the city? 

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12 hours ago, Claudius said:

This is a bit of fascinating historical architecture from old Tsingtau.  I had no idea that this building was there. 

Where exactly in Qingdao is this building located?  Is it in the old portion of the city? 

Yes, I don't know how to distinguish now. One hundred years ago, it belonged to the old district. Now it belongs to the new district because it is being developed.

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Thanks for discovering and sharing  this historical information.

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Hi 1812 Overture

Well done for braving the dogs and old men for our cause! 

i hope people like yourself can protect history such as this from development....

i enjoy your posts...

Very interesting

thanks

tony

为我们的事业勇敢地为狗和老人做好事

我希望像你这样的人可以保护这样的历史不受发展的影响

 

接下来不是上面的英文.

我的好朋友,

你的帖子在这个论坛上是独一无二的。我是新来的,但我知道这一点。

我可以告诉人们这样的话题

tony

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Hello ,1812 . I have just read your posts about the former German House . very interesting , Tell me, existed today some of the old German Forts '? or at least remains of some one ?

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6 hours ago, Bayern said:

Hello ,1812 . I have just read your posts about the former German House . very interesting , Tell me, existed today some of the old German Forts '? or at least remains of some one ?

Dear friends, the tombs of the former Europeans were destroyed during the Chinese movement. The previous news said that when the ditch was dug, the tombstones were found. As for the German fortress in Qingdao, there are many, and there are many destroyed.

9 hours ago, Farkas said:

Hi 1812 Overture

Well done for braving the dogs and old men for our cause! 

i hope people like yourself can protect history such as this from development....

i enjoy your posts...

Very interesting

thanks

tony

为我们的事业勇敢地为狗和老人做好事

我希望像你这样的人可以保护这样的历史不受发展的影响

 

接下来不是上面的英文.

我的好朋友,


你的帖子在这个论坛上是独一无二的。我是新来的,但我知道这一点。

我可以告诉人们这样的话题

tony

I need to respect you for a beer.:cheers:

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