- A piece of artistry built circa 1650, with traces of Dutch masonry and carpentry. Find it in the walls, the doors and windows, the iron hinges and floral-engraved wooden ceiling. The Dutch might have kept offices and/or residences here, and the size of the building indicates that it was also a town hall. As a point of interest, the windmill outside was not imported and the exterior used to be white. Under the same roof, the Historic Museum and the Ethnography Museum showcase antique European and Chinese furniture, traditional bridal costumes, porcelain, jewelery and other artefacts.
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