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Category:Japanese General Government Building in Korea

English: The former Japanese Government-General Building — in Keijo, Korea.
  • The administrative government building (1926-1946) for Japanese rule over Colonial Korea — formerly located in Seoul (Keijo), South Korea.
  • The large Neoclassical style building was built on the site of 400 palace structures demolished by the Japanese, within the grounds of Gyeongbokgung Palace (the former Korean Imperial Palace), in 1926.
  • As a symbol of Japanese imperialism, and as part of the Gyeongbokgung Palace restoration project, it was demolished during 1995—1996.
Japanese General Government Building 
Japanese General Government Building 1995.jpg
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Instance of building,
former building or structure
LocationSeoul, South Korea
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37° 34′ 38.61″ N, 126° 58′ 38.1″ E

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