78 Sights in Tainan, Taiwan (with Map and Images)
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The original Tainan Higher Technical School building, located in the Chenggong Campus of National Cheng Kung University in the East District of Tainan City, Taiwan, the full name of the school was "Taiwan Governor's Office Tainan Higher Technical School", which is the predecessor of National Cheng Kung University, one of the three major specialized schools directly under the Taiwan Governor's Office during the Japanese occupation of Taiwan. On November 19, the 88th year of the Republic of China (1999), the original "Main Hall" (now Chengda Museum), "Lecture Hall" (now Chengda Gezhi Hall), "Physical Chemistry Laboratory" and "Library Class" (now Chengda Physics Department Hall) during the Japanese occupation period were announced as Tainan City Historic Sites, in addition to the three departments on the east side of the Chenggong Campus were also Japanese occupation period school buildings, the first half of which was transformed from one floor to two floors after World War II.
The Xinying Prince Palace is located at No.45-2, Taibei District, Tainan City, Taiwan. It is a Taoist temple to worship Jin Zha, Muzha and Ozha. It was built in the 27th year of Emperor Kangxi of the Qing Dynasty (in 1688 AD). Temple has a long history, many temples in Taiwan which zha prince, for the place. Every year on the ninth day of the ninth lunar month, the prince Christmas, all over the temples return to the pilgrimage, pilgrims in an endless stream. Especially the old temple buildings with ancient style, cut sticky literature and art value, west in 1999 Tainan county government approved, for the county, now for Tainan city monuments, and the lunar September altar marshal prince ye Christmas birthday in addition to is Tainan city folk culture activities, is also one of the biggest religious celebrations.
The former Tainan Branch of the Taiwan Governor Office Monopoly Office is located in Anping District, Tainan City, the 92 years (2003), the Tainan city government announced as a municipal historic site. The building is one of the four branches under the management of the Taiwan Japanese Administration period, responsible for the management of salt collection, sales, inspection and other related affairs. During the Japanese period, there were coal houses in the east, the office and the Taiwan Salt Company in the west, the salt separation laboratory in the north and the test salt pans in the south, but now only the buildings are left. In addition, there are 16 salt management offices (Japanese:) in Japan, and this building is one of the only remaining salt management offices.
Chihkan Lou Dashi Hall is a temple located in the Central and Western District of Tainan City, Taiwan, located on the west side of Chihkan Tower, mainly dedicated to Guanyin Bodhisattva. According to legend, it was founded during the Yongzheng period of the Qing Dynasty and was the first Chinese-style building on the ruins of the common people. Later, due to various factors such as the change of dynasty, the Tuas Hall was built three times and demolished twice, and after the second demolition during the Japanese Occupation, until the 63rd year of the Republic of China (1974) began to be rebuilt on the current site, and the 65th year of the Republic of China (1976) was completed to receive the statue of the god of worship and have been enshrined to this day.
Anping Lingji Temple is located in Anping District, Tainan City, Taiwan, and is the Jiaotou Temple (Jingzhu Temple) of the Aberdeen Society. The temple was originally called the Immortal History Palace, because it was combined with Baosheng the Great and Xuantian God, and it was combined with the "Ling" character of the "General System An "Ling" King" Wufu Enzhugong and Baosheng Emperor "Ciji" Palace" and Xuantian God "Arctic "Hall" into the name of the temple. There are Wang Ship Tongen and Xue Jinhai in the temple, which belong to the three great emperors of Wufu En and Dai Tianxun Xue, Zhou and Zeng respectively. In addition, the boat shed of the "Xue Jinhai" is made of thatch, which is different from ordinary royal ships.
6. Tiantan Temple
The first temple in Taiwan, is located in the central and western part of Tainan City, Taiwan, mainly the Taoist temple of the Jade Emperor, once the highest point of the city-ling. Tainan, the Temple of Heaven, commonly known as the New Tiangong Temple. The place was originally an altar for the Zheng dynasty to worship heaven. In the fourth year of Xianfeng of the Qing Dynasty (1854), a temple was built on the original site. In 1985, it was designated by the government of the Republic of China. In 1997, after the Law of Cultural assets preservation was amended and abolished the three-level grading system, it has been changed to the municipal monument. Now with open base jade palace as Tainan city two big tiangong temple.
Tainan Kaiji Jade Palace, commonly known as the old Tiangong Temple, is located in the North District of Tainan City, the former prefecture town Beifang, built in the Ming and Zheng era, the main worship of the Jade Emperor God, is the lord of ten thousand heavens, is the supreme god of the heavenly realm, dominates the three realms, honored as the Jade Emperor Great Heavenly Venerable Xuanqiong High God, commonly known as Tiangong, Tiangongzu, Jade Emperor, is the earliest temple in Taiwan to enshrine the Jade Emperor God, the Jade Emperor's four highnesses, and the Jade Emperor's three princesses. Together with Taiwan's first temple, the Temple of Heaven, it is the two major Tiangong temples in Tainan City.
Kui Lou Academy is located in the Central and Western District of Tainan City, Taiwan, its predecessor is "Kuixingtang" and "Zhongshe Academy", together with Chongwen, Haidong and Pengju listed as the four major colleges in Fucheng. Although it is called an academy, it is a place where scholars meet regularly to discuss the history of books and study poetry, which is different from other colleges as a place for teaching and lecturing. In addition, it is also said that Kui Lou College is a place for candidates to warm up to their books when holding academic examinations, and these scholars may gather in addition to warm books, but may also discuss test questions and even current political affairs.
Erwang Temple is located in Yongkang District, Tainan City, Taiwan, dedicated to the second prince of Zhengfu, and it is currently believed that the deity is Zheng Jing, which is the only temple in Taiwan dedicated to Zheng Jing. Its temple name is sometimes crowned with the name of the place where it is located, and it is called Yongkang Erwang Temple, Wangliao Erwang Temple, Jia Nei Erwang Temple and so on. The temple was originally on the "Erwanglun", and in the middle of the Qing Dynasty, it was the main temple of Yongkang Shangzhongli, but as each Zhuangtou built its own temple or abandoned the village, it became a simple Zhuang temple and moved to the current site after World War II.
The Golden Tang Hall, officially Church, is located in Jiali District, Tainan City, Taiwan, where the Church (Zhu House, Lei House, Yin House) and is known as Lord and Three Lord. It is the ancestral temple of Xiaolong three master system and one of the representatives of the belief in the people of Taiwan. The temple is also the settlement of settlements, economy, Xiaolong area belief center, to retain the complete cut of the craftsman he Jinlong treasures, after the announcement for the municipality of the historic sites. The Jintang Hall is one of the 100 scenes in Dongying, and is known to the West Dynasty Tianfu, known as the three ancient generations of Dongying Tianfu.
The temple is located in Tucheng, Annan District, Tainan City, Taiwan province, which covers a vast area and is the largest Mazu Temple in Taiwan province. The Temple of the Virgin is a temple to worship the Virgin in heaven, is the local public temple (temple). The temple and the Temple of Heaven are advocated to inherit the ancient Mazu Temple. The important large-scale religious activity of the temple, "Tucheng Xiang (Tucheng Zai Xiang)", was announced on January 28,2013 as the "municipal folk customs and related cultural relics" of Tainan City. The formation of the mow incense activity, related to the west port incense, is also the latest formation in the five incense.
Xinhua Wude Hall is located in Xinhua District, Tainan City, Taiwan, and was declared a historical building on June 5, the 95th year of the Republic of China (2006). Shinkamutokuden was originally a local place to promote kendo and judo, and after World War II, it was used as a residence for the elders, and a fire brigade was built at the entrance. Originally, the Xinhua Town Gong planned to demolish the building, then changed the plan to report it as a historical building, and took back Wude Hall after Rongmin moved out at the end of May 2005, and it was renovated after being damaged by Typhoon Morakot on August 8, 2009, and has now been completed.
Nan Kunlu Dai Tianfu is a Wang Ye Temple located in Beimen District, Tainan City, Taiwan, also known as the Taiwan Wang Ye General Temple because of its many spirits, the main worship of Tianxun Li, Chi, Wu, Zhu, Fan Fu Chitose Five Provinces Chitose. The temple site is in the northwest of Tainan City, located in the Tiger Peak of Que Lang Mountain, commonly known as Nan Kunquan Wang Ye Temple (referred to as Nan Kunlu Temple, South Temple), Nan Kunlu Five Kings Palace, and together with Quy Nhon Bao Xidai Tianfu and Jiali Jintang Hall, it is known as the "Three Dynasties of Nanying Ancient Tianfu". It is also the largest Wang Ye Temple in Tainan.
Wudang Mountain God Temple is located in Wudong Li, Qui Nhon District, Tainan City, Taiwan, the main worship of Xuantian God, also known as Wudang Mountain Temple, in the past was a large temple jointly worshiped by the 13 Zhuang of Jiaodaiwei, and now the jurisdiction is about Quiton Datan, Wudong Erli. The history of the temple claims that the temple was built in the eighteenth year of the Ming Dynasty (1505) and is the earliest Xuantian God Temple in Taiwan, but some people believe that there were not many Han people who came to Taiwan in the middle of the Ming Dynasty, and most of them were active along the coast, which is debatable.
Zhenyuan Jingding Land Temple (镇辕境丁地公寺) is located in the North District of Tainan City, Taiwan, and is a temple dedicated to the god of Fuzheng. The temple is opposite the land temple under the Zonglu realm jointly built by the military and civilians, guarding Chong'an Street (Zongye Street), which is a typical example of the land gong at the end of the road, and the two temples are also members of the eighteen realms of the late Qing Dynasty. According to legend, the temple is located at the head of the "Centipede Cave" on Soye Street, and the V-shaped roads on both sides of the temple are the tentacles of centipedes.
The original Tainan Observatory, located in the Central and Western District of Tainan City, was completed in 1898 and was one of the first batch of meteorological stations established in the early days of Japanese occupation, and it is also the oldest existing meteorological building in Taiwan. There is a cylindrical wind tower about 12 meters high in the center of the building, surrounded by a lower one-story 18-sided office space, located at the highest point of the former Tainan City, formerly known as "Eagle Ridge Terrace", because of the white tower in the middle of the building, the old Tainan people call it a pepper pipe.
The former Tainan State No.2 Middle School building and lecture hall is located in the east district of Tainan city, in the 88 years of the Republic of China (1999) November 19 announcement for the Tainan city historic site. The school was originally the site of Zhuyuan Normal Primary School. Later, the school moved to the new school building in Garden Town, and transferred all the school buildings to Tainan State No.2 Middle School, which originally only borrowed a part of the school buildings, and updated the school buildings. Now the school building belongs to the national Tainan No.1 Senior High School.
NankeYuji Xingang Hall, a folk temple in Taiwan, is located in the southern science park of Tainan City, Taiwan. The temple was completed in 2006, with the local cultural center of the Xingang Society on the first floor. The original site is the former site of the museum in the Dutch era. In the past to worship the thirteen temples of the temple, the main god is the town marshal, except for a few gods carved with statues, most of them are worshipped in the form of token or divine position, as one of the characteristics of the temple. In addition, the temple also enshrined the Tibetan King Bodhisattva.
The original Nanmen Ordinary Primary School building is located in the central and western district of Tainan City, Nanmen Town during the Japanese Occupation, and was announced as a historical building in Tainan City on July 16, 2001, the 90th year of the Republic of China. The building was the "Nanmen Ordinary Primary School" (Tainan No. 2 Ordinary Primary School, Nanmen National School) during the Japanese occupation of Taiwan, and after World War II, it served as the Tainan City Government for a time, and is now the school building of Tainan Municipal Jianxing National High School.
Tainan Longshan Temple is located in the east of Tainan City, Taiwan, one of the seven temples in Fucheng, Taiwan. The temple and several other temples named after Longshan Temple in Taiwan ── Danshui Longshan Temple, Lugang Longshan Temple, Tainan Longshan Temple and Fengshan Longshan Temple are all separated from the Quan'an Longshan Temple in Jinjiang County, Quanzhou Prefecture. They officially built the temple outside the East gate of the Kangxi period of the Qing Dynasty. During the reign of Showa, it was demolished due to the widening and rebuilt at this site.
21. Fort Provintia
Fort Provintia or Providentia, also known as Chihkan Tower, was a Dutch outpost on Formosa at a site now located in West Central District, Tainan, Taiwan. It was built in 1653 during the Dutch colonization of Taiwan. The Dutch, intending to strengthen their standing, sited the fort at Sakam, about 2 miles (3.2 km) due east from modern-day Anping. During the Siege of Fort Zeelandia (1662), the fort was surrendered to Koxinga, but was later destroyed by a rebellion and earthquakes in the 18th century. It was rebuilt afterwards in the 19th century under Qing rule.
Guiren Renshou Palace in Guiren District, Tainan City, Taiwan, the main worship Baosheng Emperor. Renshou Palace, known as "Guiren Temple", is the public temple in the north of Guiren. The temple, together with Baoxi Tianfu and Guanshan Temple, is known as "three temples in the eastern suburb of Fucheng" (three temples outside the East gate). It has the custom of taking turns for jiao festival for 12 years. This activity has been registered as the cultural assets of Tainan City in the name of "returning to Renshou Palace King Jiao Festival and inspection tour".
Four environment south factory generation Tianfu security palace is located in the central and western west of the king temple, the main worship five fu thousand years old, the temple also worship a statue called "white lotus virgin" strstone. The temple is commonly known as "palace", and thus has "palace mouth" (in front of the security palace), "palace temple" (after the security palace), "palace east" (east of the security palace) and other place names. The road in front of the temple is called "Baoan Road" and it is also taken from the name of the temple.
The original Tainan Wude Hall, full name of the Tainan Branch of the Great Japan Wude Association, is a Taoist hall built by the Great Japan Wude Association to promote martial arts during the Japanese Occupation, located in the Central and Western District of Tainan City, which is a historic site in Tainan City, and is now the auditorium of Zhongyi National Primary School in the Central and Western District of Tainan City. The original Tainan Wude Hall is the largest of the existing Wude halls in Taiwan and has a higher quality of design and construction.
Located in the Central and Western District of Tainan City, Taiwan, Nanchang Tianchi Altar is a temple dedicated to Tianfu Wang Ye (天王緷). The temple was originally a private temple, and later became the Jiaotou Temple (Nantou Kok) under the Nanchang Baoan Palace. In the past, the temple was centered on the area surrounded by Hoi On Road, Tai Yong Street, Kang Lok Street, and Baoan Road, and there was a "Tianchi" named after the Tianchi Altar, which was later merged with Xin'anli and Zhongtou Li (1 to 3 neighbors) to form "Gunshiri".
The Temple of the 53rd General is located in Yanshui District, Tainan City, Taiwan, formerly known as the 53rd General Zhongyi Martyrs' Shrine, and the main worship is Zhang Daji (Zhang Rongsen). The temple was originally a Ying Gong temple in the nature of a Yin temple, dedicated to 53 officers and soldiers killed in the Zhang Bing Incident in the 12th year of Daoguang (1832), and in 1999, due to the instructions of the gods to carve a gold body, the temple was transformed into a Yang Temple similar to the Jiaotou Temple.
The former Xinhua Ordinary Elementary School Yuzheng Ying Feng'an Hall is located in Xinhua District, Tainan City, Taiwan, and was declared a historical building on April 8, the 93rd year of the Republic of China (2004). The building is one of the only three remaining Feng'an Halls in Taiwan, originally located in the Xinhua Junior High School campus (North Courtyard), but due to the construction of the Xinhua Performing Arts Hall, the original Xinhua Ordinary Primary School was demolished and moved to the current site.
Located in Dajiali, Rende District, Tainan City, Taiwan, Dajia Tzu Chi Palace is dedicated to the Baosheng Emperor and is the oldest temple in the Dajia area. The temple has three statues of Baosheng the Great, called the Old Emperor, the Second Emperor, and the Three Great Emperors, of which the Old Emperor is said to have been separated from the Yuemeichi Tzu Chi Palace in Kaohsiung Lake. In addition to traditional theme works, there are also paintings by Chen Qiushan, based on characters from the Republican period.
Volcano green cloud temple, formerly known as the volcanic temple, is the result of volcanic big fairy temple, also known as white cloud temple, green cloud temple, commonly known as new rock, buddhist in ji temple, located in Tainan, Taiwan, is a municipality directly under the central government in monuments, and commonly known as the old rock big fairy temple called south ying eight big scene of ridge rock, about five kilometers from the big fairy temple, about one km. Closely related to dongshan Bixuan Temple.
30. Former Tainan District Court
The former Tainan District Court, a former office building located in the Central and Western District of Tainan City, Taiwan, used as the second-generation office building of the Tainan District Court in Taiwan, and the building bears witness to the history of Taiwan's important judiciary. Because of its cultural value such as the oldest surviving large-scale court building in Taiwan, the building has been designated as a national monument directly under the Central Government of the Republic of China.
31. Old Tainan Minister's Official Residence
The former Tainan Department Director's Residence, located in the East District of Tainan City, is a city-designated historic site and was once used as the dormitory of the Tainan Director and the Minister of Internal Affairs. After a long period of abandonment, it has now been restored. From May 107, it is open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 9:00-17:00. The former South No. 1 Middle School teachers' dormitory in the rear is planned as a park to provide space for art, culture and performances.
32. Tainan Park
Tainan Park, located in the North District of Tainan City, Taiwan, opened in 1917 in the sixth year of Taisho during the Japanese occupation, and is the oldest and largest park in the city. It covers an area of more than 40,000 pyeong (15 A), and was also a tropical experimental forest at that time. After World War II, it was once renamed Zhongshan Park, and in the 90th year of the Republic of China (2001), the old name Tainan Park was restored. It was registered as a cultural landscape in 2018.
Flying Tiger General Temple, the full name of the town hall flying Tiger General Temple, located in Taiwan Tainan District Haiwei liao folk belief temple, worship the old Japanese navy pilot Sugiura Mao Feng second lieutenant, is a rare worship of Japanese soldiers for the god temple. In addition to providing people's daily folk beliefs, the temple also serves as a bridge for exchanges between Taiwan and Japan. Local people from Suto, Japan and Japan, have visited Tainan for exchanges.
The Palace is located in Yongkang District, Tainan City, Taiwan, the main worship Baosheng Emperor. In the temple, there are the great emperor, two emperors and three emperors, among which the two emperors are the most legendary. In addition, the two emperors were gold noodles. On May 20,2009, the "Red Face Emperor" and the "Black Face Emperor" of Anding Security Palace held a meeting in Anding Security Palace. According to legend, the three statues were all made by the same sculptor.
The Haian Palace, located in the central and western part of Tainan City, Taiwan, is a temple to worship Mazu. The origin is in the first year of Qianlong (1736) in the city of Mazu incense, to thank the army to cross the sea to expand; the other is the sea palace and Lugang new Zu Palace, is the temple of Fukang an in after Lin Shuangwen event. Because the temple is located in the former Tainan south of the five ports, near the town ferry head, it is also called "town port Mazu".
Located in the Central and Western District of Tainan City, Taiwan, the Kaiji Kaishan Palace of Liuxingjing New Street worships the Baosheng Emperor and enshrines Chen Ling, the general of the Tiger Emperor sent by the Sui Emperor to seek exile. The predecessor of Kaishan Palace is said to be the general shrine dedicated to Chen Ling. In addition, some scholars Lin Hengdao, Yang Yunping and others believe that Kaishan Palace may be Taiwan's first Baosheng Great Emperor Temple.
Three Ye Palace is located in Rende District, Tainan City, Taiwan, is the main worship three master (Zhu Fu, Chi Fu, Li Fu), is also the belief center of the three a area. In addition to the three a (three a zai), the temple also includes three ye palace, thirteen a, car road qian (part), mouth, red garden zai, turtle zai and other settlements. In the temple, there are two ancient plaques in the fourth year of Jiaqing (1799), "Hui Qunli" and the tenth year of Zhaa (1935).
The original German merchant Dongxing foreign company is located in Anping District, Tainan City, formerly known as "Julius Mannich & CO.", which is a designated historical site of the municipality and one of the five foreign companies in Anping. Now the building is the Anping Foreign Trade Memorial, which shows the history of foreign trade in Anping Port, as well as some things related to Germany. In the vestibule of the building, there is an open-air restaurant.
West market, residents said big market, is a market in Tainan city, originally built in the Meiji 38 (1905), now the west market for the museum is 1 year (1912), for a L type building, historic significance in Tainan city development, now for Tainan city monuments, scope includes west market pavilion, west market shop phase ii, west market fish shop, the original high sugar strains freezer, the original Tainan state green fruit trade combination banana warehouse.
Kailong Palace, commonly known as Qiniang Realm, is located in the central and western districts of Tainan City, Taiwan, built in the tenth year of the Yongzheng Dynasty of the Qing Dynasty (1732), also commonly known as the Three Milk Palace in the Qing Dynasty, with stone steles to this day. The main worship of the heavenly daughter Qixing Niangniang (七娘馬), is the oldest temple of Qiniang Ma in Taiwan, famous for the custom of doing sixteen years old.
Haipu Chiwangfu (Taiwanese: ) is Haipu (also known as Wang Yepu) in Haipu District, Madou District, Tainan City, the main worship of Chitose of the five provinces, and the dragon side for Zhusheng Niangniang, Yue Lao Husband, Hubian Most Holy Master, Wenchang Emperor, Fuzhengshen of the right wing room and Marshal Tian Du of the left wing room, according to the history of the temple, the worship of the Chi King has a history of more than 300 years.
42. Wu's Garden
Tainan Wu Garden, known at the time of its creation as "Purple Spring Garden (紫春園)," is located in West Central District, Tainan, Taiwan. Built by Wu Shangxin (吳尚新), the garden is known as one of the Four Great Gardens of Taiwan (台灣四大名園), along with Lin Family Mansion and Garden in Wufeng (霧峰萊園), Beiguo Garden in Hsinchu (新竹北郭園), and Lin Family Mansion and Garden in Banqiao (板橋林本源園邸),.
43. Forest of Steles at Great South Gate
Nanmen Park Stele Forest is located in the Central and Western District of Tainan City, Taiwan, commonly known as the "Great Stele Forest" ("Small Stele Forest" in the Chichi Building), which is one of the Ten Historical Buildings in Tainan City and one of the 100 Historical Buildings in Taiwan. Among them, stone steles such as "Reconstruction of Taiwan's Fucheng Stele" have been announced as cultural assets in the category of antiquities.
The former Monopoly Bureau of Taiwan Governor-General's Office Tainan was the historic site of Tainan city. He used to be the Monopoly Office of Taiwan Governor's Office and Tainan Branch, responsible for tobacco, wine, salt and other monopoly business. This building was announced on May 13,92 (2003), as a historic site in Tainan City, with the original name of the building, and it is now the Tainan Cultural and Creative Industrial Park.
Located in Baihe District, in Tainan, Taiwan, it is a temple dedicated to the god of Ford. The temple was originally only a small temple made of four SLATE, but later it gradually expanded after reconstruction and became a representative and famous land temple in Baihe area. It even claimed to be listed as one of the three major land temples in Taiwan together with Fuan Palace in Pingtung and Nanshan Ford Palace in Zhonghe.
Anping City God Temple is located in Anping District, Tainan City, Taiwan, which used to be a temple worshiped by officers and soldiers of the Admiralty Division, and is now the four major public temples in Anping area together with Anping Guanyin Pavilion, Anping Tianhou Temple and Anping Public Temple. Its history dates back to the Qianlong period of the Qing Dynasty, but the current building was rebuilt in 1989.
The Chenghuang Temple of Shouyi County in Taiwan is an official worship city god temple corresponding to Taiwan County set up during the Qing Dynasty in Taiwan, known as the "Taiwan County City God Temple" at that time, located in the North District of Tainan City. Although its history dates back to the Kangxi Dynasty of the Qing Dynasty, the current temple building was rebuilt in January 1980 after the war.
The former longqi Zhuang chief house, Tainan city longqi district for a wooden Japanese dormitory. According to the data, it was built in the 19th year of Showa (1944). It is said that he lived in two Japanese chiefs of Longqi Zhuang. After World War II, Xu Dun, the first official chief of Longqi Township, also lived there for 12 years. In 2016, it was registered as the historic buildings in Tainan City.
The temple is located in Guiren District, Tainan City, Taiwan Province. The "Boy Scouts" (Big Boy King) has a story of fighting with the nearby Temple of God in Wudang Mountain. The temple was originally a small temple, but was later rebuilt by the instructions of the mysterious day God, and inscribed with the title of "the birthplace of Taoism", with the meaning of mutual protection of Taoism.
The remnants of the Taiwan Fucheng Chengyuan refer to the Taiwan Fucheng built in 1788, and only some remnants remain in today's Tainan City, Taiwan. At the end of December 2020, two of the remnants were upgraded to national monuments with Duiyue Gate, Da Nan Gate, Dadong Gate and Xunfang Fort under the title of "Taiwan Fucheng City Gate and City Wall Remnants", and will be announced later.
Shanhua Qing'an Palace is located in Shanhua District, Tainan City, Taiwan Province, which is a temple dedicated to the Virgin Mary (Mazu) in heaven. On April 2,1997, it was announced as a three-level historic site, but it was changed to the "county monument" and the "municipal monument" due to the revision of the Cultural Resources Law and the adjustment of administrative divisions.
52. Kaiji Guangong Temple
The Guandi Port Kaiji Wu Temple, commonly known as the small Guandi Temple, is located in the central and western part of Tainan City, Taiwan province, which is a temple dedicated to the holy Emperor of Wen Heng (Guan Yu). The front hall of the temple (the original main hall) was announced as a historic site in Tainan, and was named as the original main hall of the Kaifu Wu Temple.
Kainong Palace, located in Rende District, Tainan City, Taiwan, is a temple dedicated to Shennong the Great, formerly known as "Kaitian Palace". There are two uncremated king ships in the temple, the Yandi and the Medicine King. The temple's jurisdiction includes settlements such as Tsusung Songjiao, Tiancuo, Shanglunzai, Concave Tsai, Yangzaixia, Ba Lin, and Gangqian.
Fengshen Temple, located in the central and western districts of Tainan City, Taiwan, is the only existing temple dedicated to the wind god in Taiwan, and is also one of the seven temples and eight temples in Taiwan's capital city. The Jiguan Pavilion, which is also a historic site of the municipality directly under the Central Government, is located in Miaocheng.
Tainan Jinhua House is located in the central and western district of Tainan City. In the 94-fourth year of the Republic of China (2005) on November 7, it was announced that the city monument, the temple mainly worship guan Di and Ma Li Huang three princes, is one of the few temples named "fu" in Tainan city, expressing its characteristics as the prince temple.
The Temple, also known as the Temple, is located in the north district of Tainan City, Taiwan, is the temple of Mazu. Because the temple is the earliest Mazu temple in Taiwan, it is named "open base". Its alias "Little Mazu Temple" is commonly known as the "big Mazu Temple", and because of the "water Zai tail" so also called water zai Wei Mazu Temple.
Xiluo Hall of Nanshi Street, known as Fengshan Temple and Shengwanggong in ancient times, is located in the Central and Western District of Tainan City, Taiwan, and is a temple dedicated to the gods of King Guangze and Thirteen Taibao, adjacent to the Wind God Temple and the Jiiguan Pavilion, and is also the religious center of King Guangze of Taiwan.
Chongqing Temple is located in the central and western district of Tainan City, Taiwan province. It was announced as a historic building on April 26 (2007). It is one of the seven and eight temples in Fucheng, Taiwan province. The temple originally belonged to the Zen Linji sect, but now becomes a branch of the Tibetan Kagyu School (Bai).
Tainan Shenxing Palace, full name Si'an Jing Niu Mill Hou Shenxing Palace, is a combination of three temples: Waixin Street Shen'an Temple, Songzai Foot Port Nanbaoxing Palace and Niu Mill Hou Jiulin Palace. The name of the temple consists of the "God" of Shen'an Palace, the "Xing" of Baoxing Palace, and the "Palace" of Ninglin Palace.
Xihuatang was founded in the fifteenth year of Qianlong of the Qing Dynasty (1750), located in the north district of Tainan City, Taiwan, and was approved as a third-class historic site in the 74th year of the Republic of China (1985), and is now a designated historic site of the municipality directly under the Central Government.
Qinglong Temple is located in the east of Tainan City, Taiwan, the main worship of Xie Fu Marshal Xie Yongchang, Zuo Fu Jiyuan, right auxiliary General Zhao Sheng, after the temple has a tomb in the past in Tainan City Junior girls Middle School (today's Tainan City Zhongshan National Middle School) found a large number of bones.
62. National Museum of Taiwan Literature
The National Museum of Taiwan Literature is a museum located in Tainan, Republic of China (Taiwan). The museum researches, catalogs, preserves, and exhibits literary artifacts. As part of its multilingual, multi-ethnic focus, it holds a large collection of local works in Taiwanese, Japanese, Mandarin and Classical Chinese.
Salt water protection palace is located in the salt water district of Tainan City, Taiwan province, the main worship of the Virgin in heaven, is the public temple of salt water. The temple is also known as the Moon Harbor Protection Palace, brine Mazu Palace, the ancient name of the Zhongzheng Road is "Mazu Palace Street".
64. 紅樓 (A)
The former Tainan Normal School is located in the central and western district of Tainan City. The building was the Tainan Normal School of Taiwan Governor's Office during the Japanese period. Now it is now the administrative and education building of National Tainan University, which is the historic site of Tainan City.
65. Shizitou Fulong Temple
Shizaitou Fulong Palace is located in the North District of Tainan, Taiwan, and worships the Baosheng Emperor. It is said that the temple was originally called "Fulong Realm" and dedicated to Fuzheng God, and later after the public worship of Shikeng Avenue, it was changed to Baosheng the Great Emperor Temple.
Xishuwan Palace is in the southern district of Tainan City, Taiwan, and is an important temple in Xishu area. The temple was founded in the fourth year of Emperor Qianlong of the Qing Dynasty (1739), and the main god of worship was the reign of Ye, Zhu and Li. Currently, the temple was rebuilt in 68 (1979).
Xinhua Wu 'an Palace is located in Xinhua District, Tainan City, Taiwan, formerly known as "Ambassador Gong Temple". It is the temple of the main ambassador master Zhang Xun (King Wu' an), the second envoy Xu Yuan (King Wen'an) and the third envoy Nan Jiyun. The temple is one of the eight bao seven temples.
68. DongShan BiXuan Temple
Dongshan Bixuan Temple, a Buddhist temple in Taiwan, is located in the Dongshan District of Tainan City, and the second mother of Guanyin Buddha is famous for the Dongshan Ying Buddha with a history of more than one hundred years. It is the same as the volcanic Biyun Temple and has a close relationship.
Tiancuo Shuiming Temple is located in Rende District, Tainan City, Taiwan, and is a temple dedicated to King Narcissus (Dayu), as well as the temple of Tiancuo. The main deity of the temple was originally the patron saint of the Tiancuo Gan family, and the temple was later built to worship it.
The Tianhou Temple, also known as the Kaitai Tianhou or Mazu Temple, is a temple to the Chinese Goddess Mazu, who is the Goddess of Sea and Patron Deity of fishermen, sailors and any occupations related to sea/ocean. The temple is located in the Anping District of Tainan on Taiwan.
71. East Gate
Yingchun Gate, also known as the Great East Gate of Taiwan Fucheng, is one of the 14 gates of the Qing Dynasty. It is located in the east district of Tainan City, Taiwan. It is currently a historic site of the Republic of China and is also the largest existing tower in Taiwan.
Tainan Sanshan King Temple is located in the North District of Tainan City and is a national historic site. The temple worships the King of the Three Mountains, and the left and right halls are dedicated to the Virgin of the Queen of Heaven and the Duke of Hanwen respectively.
Anping Public Temple is located next to the First Cemetery of Anping District, Tainan City, Taiwan, one of the four public temples of Anping, and the main worship of Chitose Fu. The current temple was rebuilt in 1988, and only a remnant wall remains of the old temple.
Located in Anping District, Tainan City, the Anping West Hall is dedicated to the Anlong King-Chitose, built in the third year of Qianlong (1738) , is the main temple of the realm of the West Society of the Wangcheng in the head of the ten corners of Anping.
Sankandian is a shrine and municipality designated monument established in Yongkang Sankan Store, Xinfeng County, Tainan Prefecture (now Sankan Store, Yongkang District, Tainan) during the Japanese occupation period in Taiwan.
Anping Guanyin Pavilion is located in Anping District, Tainan City, Taiwan Province. It is one of the four great temples in Anping. It worship Guanyin Bodhisattva. Anping fishermen came from the original hometown of China.
After the town security palace, also known as "protect the town security palace", located in the new camp, Taiwan, the main worship Yue Fu marshal. The temple was originally called "Houzhen Temple", is the jiaotou Temple.
Qingning Palace in Taiwan Tainan City Rende District, the main worship of Wen Heng, the original worship Ford god. In the past, the whole north of Rende, now it is mainly the Zhuang temple of Zhuang City.
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