5 Sights in Lugang Township, Taiwan (with Map and Images)
Explore interesting sights in Lugang Township, Taiwan. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Lugang Township, Taiwan.List of cities in TaiwanSightseeing Tours in Lugang Township
Lugang City God Temple, located in Lugang Town, Changhua County, Taiwan, is a folk worship City God Temple, formerly known as Aoting Palace, is the only Hegang Temple on "Lugang Bujiantian Street", which was announced as a county historic site on November 25, 1985. The city god enshrined in this temple is derived from the Shishi City God Temple in Fujian, and the Stone Lion City God Temple is divided from the Yongning City God Temple. Since Yongning City God was named "Marquis of Zhongyou" in the early Ming Dynasty, Lugang City God Temple used this title, which was different from the common title of City God.
Lugang Fengshan Temple, also known as Fengshan Temple in Lugang Dexing Street, is located in Lugang Town, Changhua County, Taiwan province. It is a temple dedicated to the king of Guangze. It was announced as a historic site on October 25,2000. After the demolition of Wanchun Palace, the statue in the temple was sent to Fengshan Temple, which is now enshrined in the left wing, the site of the "Jade Ruyi" museum of Lugang North Hall. On the morning of August 24,2016, the building was damaged by Zhu Rong. The restoration project began on 22 February 2020 and is expected to be completed in 2022.
Lugang Nanjing Palace is a historic site in Lugang Town, Changhua County, Taiwan Province. It was announced on July 14,2000. The temple is one of the three crowd temples in Lugang, which was invited by immigrants from Nanjing County of Zhangzhou Prefecture, Fujian province to build a temple in Lugang Port, while the other two crowd temples are the Xing'an Palace built by Xinghua immigrants in Xinghua Prefecture, Fujian Province and the Sanshan King Temple built by the Hakka people in Chaozhou Prefecture, Guangdong Province.
4. Sanshan Guowang Temple
Lugang Sanshan King Temple is located in Lugang Town, Changhua County, Taiwan province. It is a temple dedicated to the king of Sanshan. It was announced as a historic site on November 27,1985. According to the traditional theory, the "Haidong Lin tian" plaque in the temple was built in the second year of qianlong (1737), but the scholar Zhuo Kehua suspected that it can be traced back again, perhaps from the Lin Zhao Palace, which once existed in the "guest zai cuo".
5. Matsu temple
The Lukang Tianhou Temple, also known as the Lukang Mazu Temple, is a Chinese temple dedicated to the Chinese Goddess Mazu, the Goddess of Sea and Patron Deity of fishermen, sailors and any occupations related to sea/ocean. The temple is located at 430 Zhongshan Road in Lukang Township, Changhua County, Taiwan. It is one of the island's most famous and popular Mazu temples.
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