Tjong A Fie Mansion

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Tjong A Fie Mansion
Rumah Tjong A Fie
張阿輝 故居
Skewed Front View, Tjong A Fie Mansion, Medan.jpg
Front view of the mansion
General information
Architectural stylePeranakan architecture
Town or cityMedan
Sumatera Utara
CountryIndonesia
Groundbreakingunknown
Completed1900
the mansion (1930)

Tjong A Fie Mansion (traditional Chinese: 耀故居; simplified Chinese: 耀故居; pinyin: Zhāng Yàoxuān Gùjū) is a two-story mansion in Medan, North Sumatra, built by Tjong A Fie (1860–1921) a Hakka merchant who came to own much of the land in Medan through his plantations, later becoming 'Majoor der Chineezen' (leader of the Chinese') in Medan and constructing the Medan-Belawan railway.

Tjong A Fie is said to be related to Cheong Fatt Tze, who built the Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion in Penang, Malaysia.

The building is constructed in Chinese-European-Art Deco style, and was completed in 1900, and said to have been modeled on the Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion.

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