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1. Taipei 101Book Ticket*
Taipei 101, formerly known as the Taipei World Financial Center, is a skyscraper in Taipei, Taiwan. The building was officially classified as the world's tallest from its opening in 2004 until the 2009 completion of the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, UAE. Upon completion, it became the world's first skyscraper to exceed a height of half a kilometer. Taipei 101 is the tallest building in Taiwan.
2. Chiang Kai-shek Memorial HallBook Ticket*
3. National Palace MuseumBook Ticket*
The National Palace Museum, is a museum in Taipei, Republic of China (Taiwan). It has a permanent collection of nearly 700,000 pieces of Chinese artifacts and artworks, many of which were moved from the Palace Museum in the Forbidden City in Beijing, as well as five other institutions throughout mainland China during the ROC retreat. These collections had been transferred to several locations before finally being established in 1965 at its present location in Shilin, Taipei. The museum building itself was built between March 1964 and August 1965, with many subsequent expansions making it one of the largest of its type in the world. There is also a Southern Branch in Taibao, Chiayi which opened in 2015.
4. Ningxia Night MarketBook Ticket*
Ningxia Road Night Market, abbreviated as Ningxia Night Market, is a night market attraction located on Ningxia Road, Datong District, Taipei City. In 2015, the Taipei City Government held the "Best of Taipei Night Market" poll, and Ningxia Night Market won the "Best Night Market", "Most Delicious Night Market", "Most Attractive Night Market", "Most Eco-friendly Night Market" and "Friendliest Night Market" in the theme of the night market.
The Taipei Botanical Garden was built in 1924, formerly the "Wax Leaf Museum of the Central Institute of Forestry" of the Governor's Office of Taiwan. In the early stage of Japanese treatment, in order to develop the forest resources in Taiwan, they were engaged in "Taiwan plant investigation". The plants collected in the field were made into "wax leaf specimens" and preserved for the identification of plant species. Therefore, the museum became the first herbarium in Taiwan specially built for the storage of plant wax leaf specimens, and is the birthplace of forestry research and plant resource investigation in Taiwan. The museum is affiliated to the Forestry Experimental Institute of the Agriculture Committee of the Executive Yuan. In 2008, the Taipei municipal government announced that it was a municipal historic site. Precious specimens of wax leaves have now been moved to a modern herbarium.2016 is suitable for the 120th anniversary of Taipei Botanical Garden. The Forestry Experimental Institute inherits the history of plant research in Taiwan, and the restoration site is the exhibition hall. It was reopened in 2017 to provide a glimpse into the history of plant research and to continue the mission of plant research, conservation and education in Taiwan.
Toad Mountain, also known as Neipu Mountain, is located in the Gongguan area on the southwest border of Da'an District of Taipei City and the northwest border of Wenshan District in terms of administrative location; Located about the southwest of the Taipei Basin, there is Fanglan Mountain to the east, Treasure Rock (Guanyin Mountain of Water Museum) to the northwest of the mountain, and Xianji Rock to the south. The summit is 128 meters above sea level. The Toad Mountain settlement in the northeast is the campus of the National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, the east of the mountain belongs to the Wansheng Mountain Villa Camp of the Seventh Security Police Corps of the Ministry of the Interior Police Department, the Fuxing Tunnel Entrance on the top of the mountain, north and south is the "Fuxing Camp Area" where the Air Force Operations Command is located, and the rest is the grave area since the Jun Dynasty and the Japanese Occupation period. There is Fuxing Tunnel under Toad Mountain, which is a military combat-ready tunnel and is not open to the public, and the south tunnel entrance is connected to Fuxing Road. There is a communications tower at the top of the hill, located in the control area of the military and police unit.
The former Taipei Credit Group is located in Hengyang Road, Zhongzheng District, Taipei, Taiwan, near Zhongshan Hall and Taipei MRT Ximen Station. The building was designed by the Taipei Credit Union during the Japanese occupation period of Taiwan, and was commissioned by the Taipei Credit Union to design by the technician of the Taiwan Governor's Office, Inote Fumi, and completed in 1933. After World War II, the Taipei Credit Union was reorganized into Taipei City No. 10 Credit Union (Taipei Shixin), and its head office remained here until the outbreak of the Shixin case in 1985, so that Taipei Shixin was merged into the Taiwan Provincial Cooperation Treasury at the end of the same year, and the original Shixin General Association was changed to the Taiwan Provincial Cooperation Treasury City Branch. On January 1, 2001, the Inner Branch was restructured into the Cooperative Treasury Commercial Bank with the Taiwan Provincial Cooperative Treasury, and was restructured into the "Cooperative Treasury Commercial Bank Inner City Branch", and is now a designated historic site in Taipei City.
8. Kilometre Zero of Taiwan
Taiwan Highway Origin is the origin of the highway of Taiwan's provincial highway system, located at the intersection of the first section of Zhongxiao East Road (Taiwan 5 line), the first section of Zhongxiao West Road (Taiwan 1 line, Taiwan 3 line co-line), Zhongshan South Road (Taiwan 9 line), and the section of Zhongshan North Road (Taiwan 1A line) in Zhongzheng District, Taipei City. From 1955 to 1995, the Fuxing Land Bridge was set up at this junction in the early post-war period, connecting Zhongshan North-South Road and crossing the Transverse Railway, and the Taipei Railway was demolished after it was underground. The Fuxing Bridge Post Office named after the land bridge still exists in the central building at the northwest corner of the intersection. The northeast corner of the intersection is the Executive Yuan, the southeast corner is the Control Yuan, and the southwest corner is the former site of the Taipei City Council.
Taipei West Railway Station Building B is a demolished highway passenger terminal in Taipei City, Taiwan, located at the southwest corner of Transportation Site No. 6 in the Taipei Main Station Special Area in Zhongzheng District, Taipei City. Originally established by the Taipei Transportation Office of the Taiwan Provincial Highway Bureau, Taipei West Railway Station was completed on May 12, 1950, handed over to Taiwan Motor Passenger Transport in 1980, and transferred to Guoguang Passenger Transport in 2001. It was once one of the main departure stations of Taiwan Provincial Highway Bureau, Taiwan Automobile Passenger Transport and Guoguang Passenger Transport in Taipei; At 5 o'clock on September 28, 2016, after completing the transportation task, all routes were moved to Taipei Transfer Station; It was demolished on November 1, 2016 and replaced with Taipei Travel Plaza.
The Temple of Taiwan University, also known as the Temple of Taiwan University, the ford Palace and the Po Pavilion, is located in the campus of National Taiwan University in the main area of Taipei city, between the virtuous Hall of Taiwan University and the second Student Activity Center of National Taiwan University. The main worship "bamboo son Lin ford is god". Although the temple building is not large, but because it is located in the Taiwan campus, every exam season will attract many candidates and their families to visit the temple, so the incense peak. In addition, in the national Jiaotong University, national Tsinghua University and other well-known universities in Taiwan, there are also land public temple existence. Now the land rights of the temple and the Zunxian Hall are owned by the National Taiwan University.
11. Leaning Mailbox
Poilt waist mailbox, is Taiwan Taipei city Zhongshan District two were hit by typhoon Sudler and fell the sign hit the slanting mailbox, because of its lovely shape and get the high attention of the public. In response to the request of the public, China Post agreed to consider retaining the crooked mailbox and further develop it into an alternative scenic spot in Taipei. After considering the safety and traffic conditions around the people, we decided to move the post box to the Taipei post office. But the move was opposed by many private people, and long Yingtai, the former minister of culture of the Republic of China, criticized China Post for not understanding its value. After that, China Post postponed the relocation in the light of the public opinion and discussed it with experts and scholars.
The Xingfuzhuang Monument was built around 1929, and the inscription on the back of the top monument was recorded by Ni Xichang in 1929 (the fourth year of Showa), and was raised by many squire merchants in Taiwan, such as Zhengmi Market, Dadaocheng Yongle Club, Chen Tianlai, Koo Xianrong, Lin Baishou and Xu Bing, to purchase the two lands of Xingfuzhuang and Dazhizhuang. The two slopes, one south and one north, with a total scale of about 30 people, are specially used for burials of poor families in the Guting and Wanhua areas. The monument belongs to the Japanese occupation era, the top stele is natural stone, and the base is embedded on all sides the Guanyin Mountain stone stele inscribed with the list of donations, and was registered as a designated monument in Taipei City on September 15, 2008.
Jingmei Shuntian Palace is a Mazu temple in Wenshan District, Taipei City, located in Xingfengli, where the main deity is the Virgin of Heaven. The main palace was originally located in the area of Lane 96, Section 2 of Xinglong Road (now where Xinglong Park is located), and was moved to the current site in 1975 due to the construction of Xinglong Park, its building appearance is a red bungalow, there is a stainless steel archway in front, and there are no unusual decorations and paintings inside and outside the palace temple. In addition to more than ten statues of Mazu gods in the palace, there are clairvoyants and shunfeng ears on both sides. Under the mountainside on the left side of Jingmei Shuntian Palace is the site of Wenshan Mountain Beauty Sports Park and the 15 Fenfen Ruins.
Zhishan Rock is a small independent sandstone hill in Shijiao, Shilin District, Taipei City, located on the northern edge of the Taipei Basin, is a steep north, gentle one-sided mountain, about 51.5 meters above sea level, an area of about 10 hectares, locals also call this mountain Yuanshan Zai. A large number of Fujian Zhangzhou immigrants moved to Taipei Bazhilan (now Shilin District) near the hill in the 18th century, and the name Zhishan Rock was originally taken from the nearby Zhilan Street and was called "Zhilan Mountain", and later renamed "Zhishan Rock" because the scenery of the hill resembles Zhangzhou's Zhishan Mountain. Today, Shibiyama Rock also replaces the original place name Shijiao to refer to the neighboring area, and there is a sub-division of Shibiyama Rock.
15. Taipei Civic Square
Citizen Square is a public square in Xinyi Planning District, Taipei, Taiwan, located at the intersection of Section 4 of Ren'ai Road and Shifu Road, Xinyi District, adjacent to Taipei City Municipal Building. Opened by the Public Works Bureau of Taipei Municipal Government in 1995, Taipei Municipal Government also fixed on December 31 every year in this large outdoor venue to hold a New Year's Eve party, many other units often choose to hold various mass activities here, is a famous outdoor leisure place. The Civic Square is equipped with parks and roads, and is free for use by institutions and organizations, but it is necessary to apply in advance for the attached enterprise plan documents, and priority is given to public welfare and cultural activities.
16. Taipei Travel Plaza
Taipei Travel Plaza ( formerly known as Jiao 6 Square ) is a green space on the northeast side of the intersection of a section of Zhongxiao West Road and a section of Chongqing North Road in Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, and is part of the West District Gateway Plan proposed by Taipei Mayor Ke Wenzhe , covering a total area of about 1.6 hectares , and was completed and opened on January 26 , 2017 ( the sixth bus stop south of the square was opened on April 29 of the same year. The square is located next to the busy Taipei Main Station, so that passengers returning and going can find a neat and open green space next to the crowded station; It also allows residents to have a secret place where they can relax quietly in the noisy city.
17. Da-an Forest Park
Daan Forest Park is a public park near the centre of the Da'an District of Taipei, Taiwan. The park occupies twenty-six hectares and is bordered on its north, south, east, and west by Xinyi Road (信義路), Heping E. Road (和平東路), Jianguo S. Road (建國南路), and Xinsheng S. Road (幸生南路), respectively. The park is used by residents of Taipei as a green activity space and for various outdoor activities. The park was created in 1994 after the eviction of longtime squatters and the demolition of illegal buildings on municipal land, not by mayor Chen Shui-bian, as is often cited, but by his predecessor, Huang Ta-chou.
18. Taipei Tian Hou Temple
Taipei Tianhou Temple, formerly known as Mengjia Xinxing Palace, commonly known as Ximending Tianhou Temple, Ximending Mazu Temple, is located in Wanhua District, Taipei City, Taiwan, the main worship of Tianhou Mazu, the temple site was originally the Hongfa Temple of the Japanese Buddhist Shingon Sect. The predecessor of the temple, Xinxing Palace, was built in the eleventh year of Qianlong of the Qing Dynasty (1746), the original site was Mengchuan Zhixing Street, which was expropriated by the Japanese government in 1943, and Tanyue temporarily enshrined the god in Mengjia Longshan Temple, and entered Ximending in 1948.
19. Taipei Story House
Yuanshan Beso ( Taiwanese : ) is a Tudor-style half-timbered building located on the southeast bank of the Keelung River in Yuanshan , Zhongshan District, Taipei , Taiwan , next to the Taipei Fine Arts Museum , originally built by tea merchant Chen Chaojun in 1913 to entertain VIPs. After 12 years of operation, Taipei Story House officially closed in 2015. Internal renovation will be temporarily closed from 2020; At the end of 2021, the ACME team took over the operation and repositioned it as "MAISON ACME|Maruyama Residence", which will be used as a modern mansion exhibition space that blends old and new in the future.
The Monopoly Bureau was established in 1901 as a public sales agency in Taiwan. It was under the jurisdiction of the Governor-General's office of Taiwan, and was reorganized as "Taiwan Provincial Monopoly Bureau" in 1945, and in 1947 it was changed to "Taiwan Provincial Tobacco and Alcohol Sales Bureau" in 1947. Its general office is located near the south gate of Taipei Fucheng, until the privatization of Taiwan in 2002, when it was the center of Taiwan Tobacco and Alcohol Company. Currently, it is listed as the national historic site protection, and is still the headquarters of Taiwan Tobacco and Alcohol Company.
21. Kangle Park
Recreation Park is the site of Park No. 15, a large metropolitan park planned before the war in Taipei City, and was originally the Japanese cemetery of Mitsubashi Town during the Japanese occupation era. It is located in Zhongshan District, Lane 21 of the first section of Nanjing East Road, Lane 39 of the second section of Zhongshan North Road, and the area surrounded by Linsen North Road (located in the west of Linsen Park). At present, the land is completely opened as a park, which was completed and opened in March 2002, also known as Zhongshan No. 15 Park, and is planned as a sensory experience park.
Xinyuan Art Space ( ) is an alternative space in Taipei , Taiwan , and the oldest artist collaboration gallery in Taiwan. In 1994, after the closure of Apartment 2, the original core members began preparations for the new art space. In January of the following year, New Park Art Space officially opened on Longjiang Road in Taipei. In 1997, the New Paradise Art Space moved to Liaoning Street, and the members were greatly updated. In 2001, Xinyuan Art Space moved to the current site of Zhongshan North Road again, and began to actively interact with the outside world and propose a complete exhibition plan.
Treasure Ji, also known as Treasure Ji Guanyin Temple, Treasure Ji Guanyin Pavilion, Treasure Ji Temple, Shibitan Temple, Guanyin Ma Temple, etc. The address is located in Lane 230, Section 3, Tingzhou Road, Zhongzheng District, Taipei, Taiwan, and is built on the south side of Xiaoguanyin Mountain (Hukong Mountain). It is the faith center of Anxi immigrants in Quanzhou, Fujian, and the Lord worships Guanyin Bodhisattva, and Anxi immigrants all visit the worship. On August 5, 1997, the Taipei City Government announced that "Treasure Ji" was designated as a municipal historic site.
Taipei Jinde Palace, also known as "Mengjia Sushun General Temple", located in Wanhua District, Taipei City, Taiwan, is now a designated monument of the municipality directly under the Central Government, built in 1862 (the first year of Tongzhi of the Qing Dynasty), by Zheng Bian, a building materials merchant who operates Jebsen Commercial Company, donated lime building materials and local gentry with the surnames "Hong, Wu, Huang, Li" and other local gentry to jointly build the temple of General Zhushun for the main worship, and is also a local public temple in Ximending Town.
Long'an Po Huangzhai Lian Rangju, referred to as Lian Rangju, is located near the intersection of Section 2 Heping East Road and Section 2 of Jianguo South Road, Daan District, Taipei City, and is now located in the Longmen National Middle School District of Taipei City, and is the only case of Taipei Citizens' Residence Historic Site preserved on campus. It is a rare traditional rural building in Taipei City, which can reflect the style of Taiwanese ancestors who reclaimed the Taipei Basin in the Qing Dynasty, and witness the historical changes of the surrounding urban area.
26. Taiwan Land Bank Exhibition Hall, National Taiwan Museum
The old building of Quanye Bank is located in the former business district of Taipei Station, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, Taiwan, and was completed in 1933 as the Taipei branch of Japan's Quanye Bank. After the war, it was liquidated and accepted as the head office of the Taiwan Land Bank, and in 1991 it was designated as a historic site in Taipei City. In 2007, the Land Bank of Taiwan cooperated with the National Taiwan Museum on a restoration and reuse project of monuments, which was completed in 2010 and is now the Paleontology Museum of the National Taiwan Museum.
27. Shung Ye Museum of Formosan Aborigines
The Shung Ye Museum of Formosan Aborigines is a museum located just 200 meters diagonally across from the National Palace Museum in Shilin District, Taipei, Taiwan. It houses exhibits relating to the cultures and histories of the Taiwanese aborigines. The aboriginal tribes live mainly in the mountainous east and south of Taiwan and have historically spoken a variety of Austronesian languages, so it was thought important to have a central location in the capital where their cultures could be on display. Both permanent and rotating exhibits are a part of the museum.
28. Holy Family Catholic Church
The Sagrada Familia is a Catholic church located in Da'an District, Taipei, Taiwan, and the largest Catholic church in Taiwan, which is part of the Catholic Archdiocese of Taipei and is shepherded by the Society of Jesus. The church is located on Xinsheng South Road, which gathers many religious sites, just across the street from Daan Forest Park, and has convenient transportation, close to Taipei Metro East Gate Station, Daan Forest Park Station, and close to Taipei Daan District Xinsheng National Primary School and Taipei Jinhua National Middle School.
29. Taipei Truth Lutheran Church
Taipei Truth Church is a Christian Taiwan Lutheran Church in Da'an District, Taipei City, located at No. 86, Section 3, Xinsheng South Road, Daan District, Taipei City, near the National Taiwan University headquarters. Founded by American pastor Sun Weide in 1952, the construction of the first-generation Truth Church Synagogue was completed in 1954, and the main synagogue building is now the third-generation building, and an extended synagogue was set up in Xindian District, New Taipei City in 2013. The current Senior Pastor is Pastor Yang Ningya.
Building A of Taipei West Station is located in the southeast corner of traffic Area No.6 of Zhongzheng District and Taipei Station, Taiwan. It is one of the main long-distance highway passenger transport (national road passenger transport) stations in Taipei. Its predecessor is Taipei East Station, Taipei North Station and Taipei National Road Passenger Terminal. In order to cooperate with the Taipei city government's western district portal plan, it was stopped and demolished on October 30,2016, replacing the Taipei Travel Plaza.
31. The Odeum
Yasong Fang, officially opened on March 6, 2009, the exterior of the building is a church, with white exterior walls and stained glass windows, used by the National Taiwan University Art and Culture Center, which hosts music, drama, dance, film, exhibitions and other art and cultural performances. Located on Luan Shu Road, National Taiwan University, there are Hall 1 of the School of Management, the Teaching and Research Hall of the School of Management, and the Food Science and Technology Museum nearby.
32. Old Site of Mitsui & Co. Warehouse
The old warehouse of Mitsui & Co., Ltd., also known as Taipei Memory Warehouse, was originally located in Zhongxiao Bridge, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, Taiwan, which was built by Mitsui & Co., Ltd. in 1914 during the Japanese Occupation period, listed as a historical building, and in 2015, due to the West District Gateway Planning Area moved to Jiaoba Square, resulting in protests by cultural groups, and in 2018 it was reorganized and restored after the literary exhibition.
The Taiwanese People's Party, founded 1927, was nominally Taiwan's first political party, preceding the founding of the Taiwanese Communist Party by nine months. Initially a party with members holding moderate and conservative views, by the time of its banning, on 18 February 1931, it had become a solidly leftist, workers-oriented party. In a political atmosphere increasingly dominated by the rise of Japanese fascism, the party never participated in electoral politics.
34. Museum of National Taipei University of Education
The Beijing Normal Art Museum, an art museum affiliated to the National Taipei University of Education, was established under the promotion of Lin Manli, a professor in the university's Department of Art and Shape Design. The museum was established in 2011 and completed in 2012. In addition to displaying modern or contemporary art, the museum also has more than 100 plaster molds of Western sculpture masterpieces donated by the Metropolitan Museum of New York.
35. National Concert Hall
The National Concert Hall, located in Taipei City, Taiwan, is known as the "National Two Halls" together with the National Theater, and is an important music performance venue in the Republic of China and one of the 100 halls in the world. Formerly under the National Chiang Kai-shek Cultural Center of the Ministry of Education, it was changed to the National Center for Performing Arts under the supervision of the Ministry of Culture on April 2, 2014.
Chen Yueji's ancestral home, commonly known as the teacher's mansion, is located near Dalongyue in Taipei City, Taiwan, and is now the local Chen family ancestral temple. The ancestral temple was built in the early 19th century, originally a private house formed by the combination of two Fujian-style courtyard courtyards, built by Chen Xunyan. And "Chen Yueji" is not a personal name, but the public name of the Chen family tree.
37. Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall
The National Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall is located in Xinyi District, Taipei, Taiwan. It is a memorial to the Republic of China's National Father, Dr. Sun Yat-sen, and was completed in 1972. The total building area covers 29,464 square metres in an open space of 115,000 square metres. It contains displays of Sun's life and the revolution he led, and is also a multi-purpose social, educational and cultural center for the public.
38. Linsen Park
Linsen Park, also known as Linsen Recreation Park and Zhongshan No. 14 Park, used to be the reservation site of Park No. 14 of the large-scale metropolitan park planned by Taipei City before the war. Now it is a park, the park is located in Zhongshan District, between Lane 28, Section 2 of Xinsheng North Road, Nanjing East Road, Section 2, and adjacent to Recreation Park (No. 15 Park) on the west side of Linsen North Road.
39. Tienmu Sports Park
Tianmu Sports Park, also known as Tianmu Sports Park, is a sports park in Tianmu District, Shilin District, Taipei City, located at No. 77, Section 2, Zhongzhong Road, Shilin District, Taipei City, opened in 2000, covering an area of about 168 acres. On May 4, 2020, the children's playground of Tianmu Sports Park was renovated and named Tianmu Dream Park, providing a challenging and inclusive amusement park for children.
40. Sin Hong Choon
Xinfangchun Tea Shop, is an industrial and residential building located in Dadaocheng, Datong District, Taipei City, Taiwan, after it ceased to operate, the original builder planned to demolish and renovate the building, and was required by cultural and capital groups to list the city's historic sites, and then the Taipei City Government achieved partial preservation and restoration by transferring the builder's volume.
41. National History Museum Exhibition Hall
The National History Museum is the highest historical and political organ of the Government of the Republic of China, and is directly under the Presidential Office, with the main task of revising the national history, sorting out historical materials, collecting historical materials and cultural relics, and managing the cultural relics of the presidents and vice presidents who have stepped down since the constitution.
42. Armed Forces Museum
The Republic of China Armed Forces Museum was a museum located on Guiyang Street in the Zhongzheng District of Taipei, Taiwan. It opened on October 31, 1961, under the administration of the Republic of China Ministry of National Defense Department of History and Translation Office. The Museum encompassed 3 floors, and served to preserve and present the heritage and history of the ROC military to the general public.
43. Immaculate Conception Cathedral, Taipei
The Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, located in Datong District, Taipei City, Taiwan, is the cathedral of the Catholic Archdiocese of Taipei and the first Catholic church in Taipei City; Because it is located on Minsheng West Road, it is also known as Minsheng West Road Catholic Church. There is a kindergarten attached to the church, and the church is built next to the nuns of the same Catholic institution.
Kishu-an is a pavilion built during the Japanese occupation of Taiwan and located on the banks of Xindian Creek next to the Hotaru Bridge in Zhongzheng District, Taipei, Taiwan, and became a dormitory for civil servants after the war. The main building was destroyed by fire in 1994, and now only the house remains, and it is listed as a historical site and a place for Taiwanese literature exhibitions and lectures.
Dadaocheng Cisheng Palace, also known as Dadaocheng Mazu Temple and Daojiang Mazu Temple, is a Mazu Temple located in Datong District, Taipei City, Taiwan, built by the Tong'an people who migrated after the suburbs, and is now a designated historic site in Taipei City, and the Dadaocheng Xiahai City God Temple and the Dadaocheng Dharma Lord Zhenjun Temple are ranked among the three major temples of Dadaocheng.
Taiwan Presbyterian Church Jinan Church, formerly known as Taipei Xingmachi Church, is a Presbyterian Church church completed in Taipei City in 1916. In 1945, the Taiwan government moved to Taiwan, and the church was twice renamed Jinan Street Presbyterian Church and Jinan Road Presbyterian Church, and in the 1950s it was officially named Taiwan Presbyterian Church of Christ and Jinan Church.
Dadaocheng Church is located in Dadaocheng, Datong District, Taipei, Taiwan. It was established by Dr. Ma Kai on August 15,1875. It is the earliest chapel in Taipei. The current building was completed in 1915, is the only four Presbyterian church built in the Japanese period, is also the earliest construction of the four. May 28,2002, the hall building announcement for the municipal monument.
Located on Nanjing West Road, Taipei City, Taiwan, Bodhi Lecture Hall is a Buddhist temple dedicated to Shakyamuni. Built in 1954, the temple is a four-story antique temple located in Taipei's Datong District. In addition, the organization of the temple is a custodian system, and the festival date is the eighth day of the fourth month of the lunar calendar every year
49. Forty-four South Village
Four South Village, or Forty-Four South Village was previously a residential area in Taipei for the military personnel of the 44th Arsenal of the Combined Logistics Command and their dependents. Today it has been partially renovated and is home to model homes from its original use, cultural and creative stores, a restaurant, and occasional arts and crafts markets.
50. Common three pine
National Taiwan University Common Three Pines, referred to as National Taiwan University Common Three Pines, is one of the twelve scenic spots of National Taiwan University. Because of the 2005 National Taiwan University Twelve Views Voting Event, the three Ryukyu pines and the surrounding platform space are called the common three pines for teachers and students.
Located on Tianmu East Road, Taipei City, Taiwan, Tianmu Sanyu Palace is a temple dedicated to the emperor of the five grains. The building was built in 1947 and is now an antique temple building in Taipei's Shilin District. In addition, the temple is organized as a custodian system, and the festival date is the 15th day of the ninth lunar month every year.
52. Taipei Zoo
The Taipei Zoo, sometimes referred to as the "Muzha Zoo", is a public zoological garden in Wenshan District, Taipei, Taiwan. It is the most famous zoological garden in Taiwan and a leader in conservation, research and education, and recreation. It is one of the largest zoos in Asia, with a total area of 165 hectares, of which more than 90 ha are developed.
53. Xiangshan Park
Xiangshan Park, formerly known as Zhongqiang Park, is located in the Xinyi Planning Area of Lane 150, Section 5, Xinyi Road, Xinyi District, Taipei, Taiwan, built along the foot of Xiangshan Mountain, is a long ribbon-shaped terrain park, including basketball courts, ice skating rinks, pavilions, combination rides and health trails and other facilities.
54. Control Yuan Building
The Office Building of the Control Yuan , formerly known as Taipei Prefecture Hall Building or Taipei Prefecture Hall , is a government office building located in Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, Taiwan, which was the administrative center of Taipei Prefecture during the Japanese Occupation period and is currently registered as a national monument.
228 Park Fude Palace, located in Taipei City 228 Park Gong Hao Yifang side, address Taipei City Zhongzheng District Huaining Street No. 109, commonly known as the New Park Land Temple, the main worship of Fu Zhengshen (land gong), is a well-known land temple located in the Boai Special Zone, is one of the most famous land temples in northern Taiwan.
Changqing Temple, referred to as Changqing Temple, is a land temple located in Banxi, Zhongzheng District, Taipei city, Taiwan Province. Its history can be traced back to the ancient pavilion cultivated by Quanzhou people in the Qing Dynasty period, and became the belief center of the Hakka people in Nanchang Road during the postwar period.
57. TAI Herbarium
The Herbarium of National Taiwan University was founded on December 27, 1929, and is located behind Hall 1. The building base covers an area of 727 square meters and an outdoor area of 1057 square meters. It is dedicated to the collection of plant specimens from Taiwan and neighboring regions such as Southeast Asia and the Pacific Islands.
The Remains of Taipei Prison Wall are located in Zhongzheng District, Taipei, Taiwan at the end of Aiguo East Road and Jinshan South Road adjacent to the Southern Taipei operations center for Chunghwa Telecom. Approximately 100 meters of wall exist on both sides of the Chunghwa Telecom property. The walls were built during Japanese rule.
Zhinan Temple is a Taoist temple on the slopes of Houshan in Muzha, a suburb of Taipei, Taiwan. It was founded in 1882. The temple's main deity is Lü Dongbin, one of the Eight Immortals. As Lü is said to dwell in the southern courtyard of the heavenly court, the temple acts as a compass pointing toward the south ; hence the name.
60. Xinglong Park
Xinglong Park is a park in Wenshan District, Taipei City, located in Xingye Li, completed in 1975, with a scenic lake in the center, ice rink, children's play area, physical fitness equipment, and a bronze statue of Chiang Kai-shek. The former President Ma Ying-jeou homes of the Republic of China are located next to this park.
61. Physical Heritage Hall
The Department of Physical Relics of Taiwan University is located in the No.2 Hall on Coconut Avenue in the general district of National Taiwan University. It is one of the exhibition halls of Taiwan University Museum Group. According to the Department of Physics of Taiwan University, it was formally established in 2005.
62. Taipei 228 Memorial Museum
Taipei 228 Memorial Hall, located in Taipei City's 228 Park, was officially opened on February 28, 1997, and also symbolized the 50th anniversary of the 228 Incident. Its building was formerly the former Taipei Broadcasting Bureau Concert House of the Taiwan Broadcasting Association during the Japanese occupation.
The true holy hall is the main Taoist temple. The building in Taiwan was built in 1924 and has undergone several renovations and is now an antique temple building in Datong, Taipei. In addition, the temple is organized by a management committee, and the date of the festival is the 14th day of the lunar calendar.
Neihu Zhuang Office Conference Room (Neihu Civic Hall) is located in Neihu District, Taipei City, Republic of China, completed in 1930, designated as a municipality designated as a historic site on June 29, 1999, is one of the few Zhuang office buildings preserved during the Japanese occupation period in Taiwan.
65. Taipei Post Office
Taipei Post Office or Taipei Beimen Post Office is a four-story building located close to Beimen in Zhongzheng District, Taipei, Taiwan. The building is listed a historic site. It is the main post office of Chunghwa Post in Taipei, supervising all the postal businesses of the 143 branch offices in Taipei City.
Zhu Cuo Fu Ju full name legal person in Taipei City, Zhu Cuo Fu Ju, Taiwan, Taipei City, Zhongshan River Road, the main worship of Ford is the god of Taoism. Built in 1961, the antique generation was built. In addition, yu type legal person system, the festival date is the second day of February every year.
67. Futai Street Mansion
The Taipei Futai Street Mansion, also called Yamato-chō Mansion , is the only existing historical and commercial building in Taipei, Taiwan. It is located at Yanping South Road No.26, Zhongzheng District and lies in the Bo'ai Special Zone as well. This mansion is owned by the Ministry of National Defense.
68. Datong House
Datong House, located next to the former residence of Yan Jiagan, Boai Special Zone, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, Taiwan, was completed in 1954, originally a guest house for US troops stationed in Taiwan, and later became the office of former Taiwan President Yan Jiagan, now a national historic site.
69. Grace Baptist Church
Wian Hall (English:) is a church belonging to the Christian Protestant Baptist Church, located in the third section of Xinsheng South Road, Taipei, Taiwan. In addition, many Taoist aid associations were established, which had five main functions: worship, education, fellowship, service and preaching.
Bandung Jiying Temple, also known as Shuangzhong Temple, Wp Temple, etc. It is from Jiying Temple in Daping, Anxi, Fujian Province. It was built in the second year of Emperor Tongzhi (1863), 2 / F, No.1, Lane 211, Section 5, Roosevelt Road, Taipei city. It is now the belief center of local residents.
71. Zhongshan Hall
Zhongshan Hall is a historical building which originally functioned as the Taipei (Taihoku) City Public Auditorium. It is located at 98 Yanping South Road in the Ximending neighborhood of Zhongzheng District, Taipei, Taiwan. In 1992, it was recognized by the government as a historic site.
The building of Zhongshan Presbyterian Church was completed in 1937 as a Gothic Protestant church in downtown Taipei. The church, which is a state-owned property, was donated to the Presbyterian Church of Christ in Taiwan in 1972 and designated as a municipal monument on October 14, 1998.
The Taiwan Goku Shrine ( ) was a Goguo Shrine ( ) located during the Japanese occupation in Dazhi , Taipei City , Taiwan , located on the east side of the New Realm of the Shrine in Taiwan. It has now been rebuilt into the National Revolutionary Martyrs' Shrine (Maruyama Martyrs' Shrine).
Guting Difu Yin Gong Temple is a Yin Temple located in the Guting area of Zhongzheng District, Taipei, Taiwan. Located at the intersection of Roosevelt Road and Tong'an Street, the temple site is registered as Tong'an Street, but the actual location is on the Roosevelt Road sidewalk.
75. NTU Agricultural Exhibition Hall
The National Taiwan University Agricultural Exhibition Center, established in 1964, is a member of the National Taiwan University Museum Group. It was established to showcase the achievements of Taiwan's agricultural development and was transformed into an eco-museum in 2004.
76. Minor South Gate of Taipei
The small south gate of Taipei Fucheng, officially known as Chongximen, is a city gate located at the intersection of Yanping South Road and Aiguo West Road, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, Taiwan, and is now listed as a national monument of the Republic of China.
New Taipei Shan Guang Temple, full name Taipei City Shan Guang Temple, located at No. 20, Yinguang Lane, Hot Spring Road, Beitou District, Taipei City, Taiwan, is the Buddhist temple dedicated to Zenko Temple Rulai (the three Western saints of Chinese Buddhism).
Taipei City God Temple, formerly known as Songshan Zhaoming Temple, is a City God Temple located in Songshan District, Taipei City, Taiwan, the main deity is Taipei Fu City God, and Taiwan Province City God Temple is derived from Taipei County City God Temple.
Dongmen Lyford Palace, located in the East Gate and Linsen South Road Lane in Zhongzheng District, Taipei, Taiwan, is a case of the Taipei City Government using the Cultural Assets Preservation Law to protect precious old trees to preserve the temple.
Yuanshan Park, located in Zhongshan District, Taipei, Taiwan, between MRT Yuanshan Station and Fine Arts Park, was included in the exhibition area during the 2010 Taipei International Floriflower Expo and is currently part of the Flower Expo Park.
81. East Gate of Taipei
The East Gate of Taipei Fucheng, officially known as Jingfu men, is located in Taipei City, the gate of Taipei Fucheng in front of the presidential palace of the Republic of China, which is now listed as the historic site of the Republic of China.
The Freedom Home, a national historic site designated by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of China, is located in Aiguo West Road, Zhongzheng District, Taipei, Taiwan, close to the former residence of Mr. Yan Jiagan and the home of Datong.
83. Taipei Cultural Mosque
The Taipei Cultural Mosque is a mosque in Zhongzheng District, Taipei, Taiwan. The mosque is the third one to be built in Taiwan and it is owned by the Chinese Muslim Youth League. It also houses the Taiwan Halal Integrity Development Association.
Round Mountain, ancient name Round Mountain Boy. Located in Shilin/Dazhijian, Taipei City, Taiwan, it is a small independent hill on the south bank of the Keelung River, with an elevation of about 36 meters and an area of about several hectares.
85. Guling Street Avant-grade Theatre
The Guling Street Avant-garde Theatre is located in Zhongzheng District of Taipei, Taiwan. It was constructed in 1906 to serve as a police station during Japanese rule. In 2002, a small theatre was opened and has hosted more than 8,000 guests.
86. Sung shan Tzu-Yu Temple
Ciyou Temple is a prominent Chinese temple in Songshan District, Taipei, Taiwan. The temple is dedicated to the Goddess Matsu. Raohe Street Night Market was located next to this temple as the temple has been a prominent landmark in the area.
87. National Taiwan Museum
88. National Theatre
The National Theater, located in Taipei, Taiwan, is part of the two halls and halls, and is an important drama and dance performance venue of the Republic of China. Together with the National Concert Hall, it is called "the National halls".
89. Red House
The Red House Theater, often called Hong Lo Red Play House, Red Theater, Ximen Honglou or Ximen Red House in English, is a historic theater in Ximending, Wanhua District, Taipei, Taiwan. The theater is located at 10 Chengdu Road.
90. Gallery of NTU History
91. Central Art Park
Central Art Park, also known as Central Park, Huashan Park, and Huashan Prairie, is a large park located at the original site of Huashan Station of the Taiwan Railway Administration in Zhongzheng District, Taipei, Taiwan.
92. South Gate of Taipei
Taipei Fucheng South Gate, also known as the Great South Gate, is officially located in the intersection of Taipei City, Taiwan City, Taipei Fucheng Gate, which is listed as the historic site of the Republic of China.
Dadao ChengGu House is a foreign house located in Dadaocheng and Danshui River, Datong District, Taipei city, Taiwan. It is built beside the salt hall of official salt, which is now Hongxing Kindergarten and listed.
94. Ketagalan Culture Center
The Ketagalan Culture Center is a cultural center in Beitou District, Taipei, Taiwan. The cultural center is dedicated to introduce the various plains indigenous cultures, including the Ketagalan tribes cultures.
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