Lost in the most majestic 137-year-old abandoned mansion in the ancient region

Located not far from Ho Chi Minh City, Go Cong Governor’s Palace is suitable for a weekend trip.

Located on Nguyen Van Con street, ward 2, Go Cong town, Tien Giang is an empty mansion, few tourists know about. However, the impressive appearance of the classical architectural style of the building is still frequented by young people who love photography and love to explore ancient relics in Vietnam.

Lost entered the most prestigious 137-year-old abandoned mansion in the ancient region - Photo 1.

Go Cong Governor’s Palace is about 50km from Ho Chi Minh City (Photo: Manhhai)

This place is called Go Cong Governor’s Palace, also known as Chanh Tham Bao Go Cong Palace. Previously, the Governor’s Palace was one of the largest public offices in Go Cong. The work was built by the French in 1885, then it was considered the most majestic and prestigious in the South at that time.

Lost entered the most prestigious 137-year-old abandoned mansion in the ancient region - Photo 2.

The place was once used as the setting of the movie Immortal (Photo: Manhhai)

Possessing a usable area of ​​up to 1,400m2, Go Cong Governor’s Palace is located in a spacious campus surrounded by many shady trees. The building impresses with its classic design with striking yellow walls next to beautiful green windows.

All materials are transported from France, built on the majestic architecture, the authority of a massive building first invested in the southern province of the old province.

Lost in the most prestigious 137-year-old abandoned mansion in the ancient region - Photo 3.

After more than 100 years of existence, the mansion has been degraded (Photo: Henry Duong)

After 137 years of existence along with many historical events, the once flashy Go Cong Governor’s Palace has now given way to layers of moss and traces of time.

Lost entered the most prestigious 137-year-old abandoned mansion in the ancient region - Photo 4.

The quiet ancient look in the building (Photo: Henry Duong)

The yellow walls are now mostly peeled off, in some places exposed bricks, the green door frames no longer retain their brilliance in the corners of the balconies covered with wild vines. The stairs are quiet, opposite the door that is always closed, making the space covering the building more lonely.

Visitors can only walk around to admire the beauty left on the outside of the building, going inside the Palace is strictly prohibited to ensure safety.

Lost in the most prestigious 137-year-old abandoned mansion in the ancient region - Photo 5.

Visitors are advised to only stand to visit from the outside, not close to ensure safety (Image: limerence.mee)

The mansion is now no longer attractive in its grandeur and magnificence like in the past, but instead attracts from the ancient, quiet as a surviving witness of history. Go Cong Governor’s Palace still attracts young people who want to admire the vestiges of a bygone era before it completely disappears over time.

Besides, visitors also have the opportunity to create impressive photos against the impressive classical background of the building.

Lost in the most prestigious 137-year-old abandoned mansion in the ancient region - Photo 6.

The place has become a place for many young people to take pictures (Photo: Henry Duong)

Lost in the most prestigious 137-year-old abandoned mansion in the ancient region - Photo 7.

Although damaged over time, Go Cong Governor’s Palace is still a place worth visiting on the journey to discover Tien Giang (Photo: Henry Duong)

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


*