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Explore interesting sights in Taipei, 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 93 sights are available in Taipei, Taiwan.

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1. Elephant Mountain

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Xiangshan is located in Xinyi District, Taipei City, on the west side of the Nangang Mountains on the eastern edge of the Taipei Basin. The summit is 184 meters above sea level, although the height is not high, but because of its proximity to Taipei City, convenient transportation and good vision, it has become an important leisure place for the people of Taipei City.

Wikipedia: 象山 (台北市) (ZH)

2. Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall

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The National Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall is located in Xinyi District, Taipei, Republic of China. It is a memorial to the ROC'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.

Wikipedia: Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall (Taipei) (EN), Website

3. Taipei 101

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Taipei 101

Taipei 101, formerly known as the Taipei World Financial Center, is a skyscraper in Taipei, Taiwan. It is owned by Taipei Financial Center Corporation. The building was officially classified as the world's tallest from its opening on 31 December 2004. However, the Burj Khalifa surpassed Taipei 101 in 2009. Upon completion, it became the world's first skyscraper to exceed a height of half a kilometer. As of 2023, Taipei 101 is the tallest building in Taiwan and the eleventh tallest building in the world.

Wikipedia: Taipei 101 (EN), Website, Facebook

4. National Palace Museum

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The National Palace Museum is a museum in Taipei, 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 as well as five other institutions in 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, including a southern branch located in Taibao, Chiayi.

Wikipedia: National Palace Museum (EN), Website

5. Ningxia Night Market

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Ningxia Night Market

Ningxia Road Night Market, referred to as Ningxia Night Market, is a night market attraction located on Ningxia Road, Datong District, Taipei City. In 2015, the Taipei City Government held an online poll for "The Best of Taipei Night Market", and Ningxia Night Market won the championship of "Best Night Market", "Most Delicious Night Market", "Most Charming Night Market", "Most Green Night Market" and "Most Friendly Night Market" in the night market theme.

Wikipedia: 寧夏路夜市 (ZH)

6. Forty-four South Village

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Forty-four South Village Hal Maa / CC BY-SA 4.0

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.

Wikipedia: Four Four South Village (EN)

7. Herbarium of Taipei Botanical Garden

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The Taipei Botanical Garden Leaf Pavilion was built in 1924 as the Leaf Pavilion of the Forestry Department of the Academia Sinica of the Governor-General's Office. In the early days of the Japanese occupation, in order to develop Taiwan's forest resources, he planned to engage in the "Taiwan Plant Survey Project", and the plants collected in the field were dried and made into "leaf specimens" for preservation, so as to identify plant species. As a result, the museum became the first herbarium in Taiwan to be built specifically for the storage of plant leaf specimens, and is the birthplace of Taiwan's forestry research and plant resources survey. The museum is affiliated with the Forestry Laboratory of the Council of Agriculture, an administrative body of Taiwan, and was declared a municipal monument by the Taipei City Government in 2008. The precious herbarium has now been moved to a modern herbarium. 2016 is the 120th anniversary of the Taipei Botanical Garden, and the Forestry Laboratory is to inherit the history of plant research in Taiwan. Reopened in 2017, it provides a glimpse into the history of botanical research and continues the mission of botanical research, conservation and education in Taiwan.

Wikipedia: 台北植物園腊葉館 (ZH)

8. Chanchushan

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Chanchushan 臺北市政府文化局 / Attribution

Toad Mountain, also known as Neipu Mountain, is located in the southwest of the Taipei Basin, between Fanglan Mountain and Treasure Rock, and far away from the Southern Xianji Rock, and is located in the Gongguan area of the southwest corner of Daan District and the northwest boundary of Wenshan District in Taipei City. The summit is 128 meters above sea level. The northeast settlement is the campus of the National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, the east side of the mountain belongs to the Wansheng Villa Camp of the Baoqi Corps of the Police Administration, the Fuxing Camp where the Air Force Combat Command is located at the top of the mountain and the Fuxing Tunnel in the north and south, and the rest of the tombs since the Chun Dynasty and the Japanese Occupation. There is the Fuxing Tunnel at the foot of Toad Mountain, which belongs to the military combat preparation tunnel, which is not open to the public, and the mouth of the South Tunnel is connected with Fuxing Road. There is a communication tower at the top of the hill, which is located in the control area of the military and police units.

Wikipedia: 蟾蜍山 (ZH)

9. 原臺北信用組合(合作金庫城內支庫大樓)

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The original Taipei Credit Portfolio is located on Hengyang Road, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, Taiwan, near Zhongshan Hall and Taipei MRT Ximen Station. This building was designed by the Taipei Credit Union during the Japanese occupation period of Taiwan, and was designed by the Taipei Credit Union on behalf of the Taiwan Governor-General's Office technician Jing Tefung, and was completed in 1933. After World War II, the Taipei Credit Union was reorganized into the Taipei Tenth Credit Cooperative (Taipei Shixin), and its head office was still located here until the outbreak of the Shixin Case in 1985, which merged Taipei Shixin into the Taiwan Provincial Cooperative Treasury at the end of the same year, and the original Shixin Headquarters was changed to the Taiwan Provincial Cooperative Treasury City Branch. On January 1, 2001, the city branch was restructured into the cooperative treasury commercial bank with the Taiwan Provincial Cooperative Treasury, and was restructured into the "Cooperative Treasury Commercial Bank City Branch", which is now a municipal monument in Taipei.

Wikipedia: 原臺北信用組合 (ZH)

10. 伯公亭

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The National Taiwan University Digong Temple, also known as the National Taiwan University Digong Temple, National Taiwan University Fude Palace, and National Taiwan University Bogong Pavilion, is located in the campus of National Taiwan University in the Taipei City Mansion area, between the National Taiwan University Zunxian Hall and the National Taiwan University Second Student Activity Center. The main worship of the bamboo boy Lin Fu is the god. Although the temple building is not large, because it is located on the campus of National Taiwan University, it attracts many candidates and their families to visit during the examination season, so the incense is prosperous. In addition, in Taiwan's well-known colleges and universities such as Jiaotong University and National Tsinghua University, there is also the existence of the Land Gong Temple. At present, the property rights of the temple and the adjacent Zunxian Hall are owned by the National Taiwan University.

Wikipedia: 臺灣大學土地公廟 (ZH)

11. Kilometre Zero of Taiwan

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The origin of Taiwan Highway is the highway origin of Taiwan's provincial highway system, which is located at the intersection of the first section of Zhongxiao East Road (Taiwan Line 5), the first section of Zhongxiao West Road (Taiwan Line 1 and Taiwan Line 3), Zhongshan South Road (Taiwan Line 9), and the first section of Zhongshan North Road (Taiwan Line 1A) in Zhongzheng District, Taipei City. In the early post-war period, from 1955 to 1995, a Fuxing land bridge was built at this intersection to connect Zhongshan North and South Road and cross the longitudinal railway, and the Taipei Railway was demolished after it was underground. At present, the central building at the northwest corner of the intersection still exists the Fuxingqiao Post Office named after the land bridge. The northeast corner of the intersection is the Executive Yuan, the southeast corner is the Supervision Yuan, and the southwest corner is the former site of the Taipei City Council.

Wikipedia: 台灣公路原點 (ZH)

12. 台北西站B棟(舊國光客運台北西站)原址

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台北西站B棟(舊國光客運台北西站)原址 原上传者为中文维基百科霧隱虎 / GPL

Taipei West Railway Station Building B is a demolished highway passenger terminal in Taipei City, Taiwan, located in the southwest corner of the No. 6 Transportation Site of Taipei Main Station in the Special Purpose Zone of Taipei Main Station, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City. Originally established by the Taipei Transportation Department of the Taiwan Provincial Highway Bureau, Taipei West Railway Station was completed on May 12, 1950, and handed over to Taiwan Automotive Passenger Transport in 1980 and Guoguang Passenger Transport in 2001. It used to be one of the main departure stations of Taiwan Provincial Highway Bureau, Taiwan Motor Passenger Transport and Guoguang Passenger Transport in Taipei; at 5 o'clock on September 28, 2016, all routes were moved to Taipei Transfer Station after completing the transportation task; it was demolished on November 1, 2016 and changed to Taipei Travel Plaza.

Wikipedia: 臺北西站B棟 (ZH)

13. Leaning Mailbox

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Leaning Mailbox 范姜中岑 / CC BY-SA 2.0

The crooked waist mailbox is a crooked mailbox with two signboards dropped by Typhoon Sudil in Zhongshan District, Taipei City, Taiwan, which has attracted great attention from the public because of its cute shape. Later, in response to the public's demands, Chunghwa Post agreed to consider retaining the crooked mailbox and further developing it into an alternative attraction in Taipei. Considering the safety and traffic conditions of the surrounding people, it was decided to relocate the crooked waist post box to the Taipei Post Office. However, the planned move was opposed by many people, and former Minister of Culture of the Republic of China, Long Yingtai, criticized Chunghwa Post for not understanding its value. After that, Chunghwa Post postponed the relocation work in response to the opinions of the public, and planned to discuss it with experts and scholars.

Wikipedia: 歪腰郵筒 (ZH), Facebook

14. 興福庄建塚紀念碑

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The monument to the tomb of Xingfuzhuang was built in about 1929, and the inscription on the back of the monument was recorded by Ni Xichang in 1929 (the fourth year of Showa), and the squire merchants in Taiwan Zhengmi Market, Dadaocheng Yongle Association, Chen Tianlai, Gu Xianrong, Lin Baishou and Xu Bing raised funds to purchase two pieces of land in Xingfuzhuang and Dazhizhuang. Two sloping lands, one south and one north, with a total scale of about 30 Jia, are specially used for the burial of poor families in Guting and Wanhua area. The monument belongs to the type of the Japanese occupation era, the top monument is a natural stone, and the pedestal is embedded on all sides with the Guanyin Mountain stele with the inscription of the donation list, and it was registered as a municipal monument in Taipei City on September 15, 2008.

Wikipedia: 興福庄建塚紀念碑 (ZH)

15. 芝山岩

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芝山岩

Zhishan Rock is an independent sandstone hill in Shijiao, Shilin District, Taipei City, located on the northern edge of the Taipei Basin, which is a one-sided mountain with steep terrain in the north and gentle south, with an elevation of about 51.5 meters and an area of about 10 hectares. In the 18th century, a large number of immigrants from Zhangzhou, Fujian Province moved to the nearby hill of Bazhilan (now Shilin District) in Taipei, and the name of Zhishan Rock was originally taken from the nearby Zhilan Street, and was called "Zhilan Mountain", which was later renamed "Zhishan Rock" because the scenery of the hill is very similar to Zhishan Mountain in Zhangzhou. Today, the vicinity is also referred to by Zhishan Rock instead of the original place name Shek Kok, and there is a sub-district of Zhishan Rock.

Wikipedia: 芝山岩 (ZH)

16. Taipei Civic Square

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Civic Square is a public square in Xinyi Planning District, Taipei City, Taiwan, located at the intersection of Section 4 of Renai Road and Shifu Road, Xinyi District, adjacent to the Taipei City Municipal Building. In 1995, it was opened by the Public Works Bureau of the Taipei City Government, and the Taipei City Government also fixed the New Year's Eve party held in this large outdoor venue on December 31 every year. The civic plaza has multi-functional functions such as parks and roads, and the use of government agencies and organizations is free, but it must be applied for in advance with a business plan document, and public welfare and cultural activities are given priority.

Wikipedia: 市民廣場 (臺北市) (ZH)

17. Railway Department Park

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The Railway Department of the Office of the Governor-General of Taiwan is a National Historic Site in Taiwan. The site, near the Taipei North Gate, was in use for railway administration during the late Qing dynasty, but the current extant building is a Japanese colonial administrative building in Taipei dating from 1919, used until 1945 as the headquarters of the Taihoku Railway Bureau and the Railway Department of the Office of the Governor-General of Taiwan's Bureau of Transportation, and then from 1948 until 1990 as the headquarters of Taiwan Railways Administration. It was granted national monument status in 2007, and is a part of the National Taiwan Museum.

Wikipedia: Railway Department of the Office of the Governor-General of Taiwan (EN), Website

18. Taipei Tian Hou Temple

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Taipei Tian Hou Temple mingwangx / CC BY-SA 3.0

Taipei Tianhou Temple, formerly known as Monga Xinxing Palace, commonly known as Ximending Tianhou Temple, Ximending Mazu Temple, is located in Wanhua District, Taipei City, Taiwan, Tianhou Temple, the main worship of Tianhou Mazu, the temple site was originally the Japanese Buddhism Shingon Hongfa Temple. The predecessor of the temple, Xinxing Palace, was built in the eleventh year of Qianlong in the Qing Dynasty (1746), the original site was Mongchuan Zhixing Street, which was expropriated by the Japanese government in 1943, and Tanyue temporarily enshrined the god in Monga Longshan Temple, and entered Ximending in 1948.

Wikipedia: 台北天后宮 (ZH)

19. Taipei Travel Plaza

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The Taipei Travel Square (English :) Formerly known as Jiaoliu Plaza, it is the green space on the northeast side of the intersection of Zhongxiao West Road, Zhongzheng District, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City. It is about 1.6 hectares, which is opened and opened on January 26, 2017 (the six -bus station of the Southern Plaza was opened on April 29 of the same year). The square is located next to Taipei Station in Cheshui Malong, so that round -trip passengers can find a neat and open green space next to the crowded stations; it also enables residents to have a quiet and relaxed mystery in the noisy city.

Wikipedia: 臺北行旅廣場 (ZH)

20. Kangle Park

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Recreation Park is the No. 15 park site of the large-scale metropolitan park planned by Taipei City before the war, and was originally a Japanese cemetery in Mihashicho 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 enclosed by Linsen North Road (located in the west of Linsen Park). At present, the land is fully developed as a park, and it was completed and opened in March 2002, also known as Zhongshan No. 15 Park, and is planned as a sensory experience park.

Wikipedia: 康樂公園 (ZH)

21. 順天宮

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Jingmei Shuntian Temple 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 the location of Xinglong Park), and was moved to the current site in 1975 due to the construction of Xinglong Park. In addition to more than ten statues of Mazu in the palace, there are clairvoyants and tailwind ears on both sides. Under the mountainside on the left side of Jingmei Shuntian Palace is the location of Wenshan Jingmei Sports Park and the fifteen ruins.

Wikipedia: 景美順天宮 (ZH)

22. Taiwan Land Bank Exhibition Hall, National Taiwan Museum

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Located in the business district in front of Taipei Station, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, Taiwan, the old building of Quanye Bank was completed in 1933 and is the Taipei branch of Quanye Bank of Japan. After the war, it was liquidated and accepted, and was renamed the head office of the Land Bank of Taiwan, and in 1991, it was designated as a municipal monument in Taipei. In 2007, the Land Bank of Taiwan cooperated with the National Taiwan Museum to carry out a restoration and reuse project, and the museum was completed and opened in 2010, and is now the National Taiwan Museum of Paleontology.

Wikipedia: 勸業銀行舊廈 (ZH)

23. 台北西站A棟(舊國光客運台北東站)原址

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Taipei West Railway Station Building A, located in the southeast corner of the No. 6 transportation site in the special exclusive area of Taipei Main Station in Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, Taiwan, is one of the main highway long-distance passenger (highway) stations in Taipei City, formerly known as Taipei East Railway Station, Taipei North Railway Station and Taipei Expressway Passenger Transport Taipei Terminal. In order to cooperate with the Taipei City Government's West District Gateway Plan, it was discontinued and demolished on October 30, 2016, and replaced with Taipei Travel Plaza.

Wikipedia: 臺北西站A棟 (ZH)

24. 龍安坡黃宅濂讓居

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Located near the intersection of Section 2 of Heping East Road and Section 2 of Jianguo South Road, Longmenli, Daan District, Taipei City, Long'an Pohuang Zhai Lian Residence, referred to as Lian Waiju, is located in the Taipei Municipal Longmen National High School District, and is the only case of Taipei Citizen's Residential Residence Historic Site preserved on campus. It is a rare traditional rural building in Taipei, which can reflect the style of Taiwanese ancestors in the Qing Dynasty to reclaim the Taipei Basin, and witness the historical changes of the surrounding urban area.

Wikipedia: 龍安坡黃宅濂讓居 (ZH)

25. Museum of National Taipei University of Education

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The Beijing Normal Art Museum is an art museum affiliated to the National Taipei University of Education, and was established under the promotion of Lin Manli, a professor in the Department of Art and Shape Design of the university. The museum was established in 2011 and completed operation in 2012. The museum has 1 basement floor and 3 floors above ground, with a total of 4 floors, in addition to displaying modern art and contemporary art, and collecting more than 100 pieces of plaster molds of Western sculpture masterpieces donated by the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.

Wikipedia: 北師美術館 (ZH), Website

26. Taipei Story House

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Yuanshan Bezhuang (Taiwanese:), is located in the southeast bank of the Keelung River in Yuanshan, Zhongshan District, Taipei City, Taiwan, next to the Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Tudor-style half-timbered building, originally built by tea merchant Chen Chaojun in 1913 to entertain VIPs, in the post-war period for the former Legislative Yuan President Huang Guoshu to operate the art museum, after the government requisitioned as a cultural and artistic venue, listed as a city-designated monument, now taken over by the ACME team, it is repositioned as "MAISON ACME|Yuanshan Residence".

Wikipedia: 台北故事館 (ZH), Website

27. 臺灣菸酒公司

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The Monopoly Bureau was established in 1901 as a public sales organization during the Japanese occupation period in Taiwan. It was under the jurisdiction of the Governor-General's Office of Taiwan, and was later reorganized into the "Taiwan Provincial Monopoly Bureau" in 1945, and then changed to the "Taiwan Provincial Tobacco and Alcohol Sales Bureau" in 1947. Its office building is located next to the south gate of Taipei's Fucheng, which was the center of Taiwan's monopoly business until the Public Sales Bureau was privatized as Taiwan Tobacco and Liquor Co., Ltd. in 2002.

Wikipedia: 專賣局 (ZH), Website

28. 寶藏巖

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Treasure Ji, also known as Treasure Ji Guanyin Temple, Treasure Ji Guanyin Pavilion, Treasure Ji Temple, Shibitan Temple, Guanyin Ma Temple, etc. The site is located in Lane 230, Section 3, Tingzhou Road, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, 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 main worship of Guanyin Bodhisattva, and all Anxi immigrants pay homage. On August 5, 1997, the Taipei City Government announced the designation of "Treasure" as a municipal monument.

Wikipedia: 寶藏巖 (ZH)

29. Shung Ye Museum of Formosan Aborigines

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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.

Wikipedia: Shung Ye Museum of Formosan Aborigines (EN)

30. National Concert Hall

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The National Theater Hall and National Concert Hall, or together the National Theater and Concert Hall, are twin performing arts venues at Liberty Square in Zhongzheng District, Taipei, Taiwan. Completed in 1987, the landmarks stand on the south and north sides of the square with Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall to the east. Together the venues are referred to by the abbreviation NTCH. The square itself sits near Ketagalan Boulevard, site of the Presidential Office Building, the National Central Library, the National Taiwan Museum, and the 228 Peace Memorial Park.

Wikipedia: National Concert Hall (Taiwan) (EN)

31. Da-an Forest Park

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Da-an Forest Park 臺北市政府觀光傳播局 / Attribution

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.

Wikipedia: Daan Forest Park (EN)

32. Taipei Truth Lutheran Church

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Taipei Truth Church is a Christian Lutheran Church in Taipei, located at No. 86, Section 3, Xinsheng South Road, Daan District, Taipei City, near the headquarters of National Taiwan University. In 1952, American pastor Sun Weide began to open his own meeting, and in 1954, he completed the construction of the first generation of the Truth Church Synagogue, and now the main hall building is the third generation, and in 2013, an extension hall was set up in Xindian District, New Taipei City. The current Senior Pastor is Pastor Su Zheming.

Wikipedia: 台北真理堂 (ZH), Website

33. The Odeum

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Officially opened on March 6, 2009, the building is a church with white exterior walls and stained glass windows, which is used by the National Taiwan University Arts Center to host music, drama, dance, film, exhibitions and other art and cultural performances. It is located on Luanshu Road, National Taiwan University, and 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.

Wikipedia: 雅頌坊 (ZH), Website

34. Common three pine

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The National Taiwan University Common Three Pines, referred to as the National Taiwan University Common Three Pines, is one of the three Ryukyu pines in front of the National Taiwan University Joint Teaching Hall, and is one of the 12 scenic spots of National Taiwan University. Because of the 2005 National Taiwan University Twelve Scenic Spot Voting Event, the three Ryukyu pines and the surrounding platform space are called the common three pines for teachers and students.

Wikipedia: 臺灣大學共同三松 (ZH)

35. 臺灣民眾黨本部舊址

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臺灣民眾黨本部舊址

The Taiwanese People's Party, founded in 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.

Wikipedia: Taiwanese People's Party (EN)

36. North Gate of Taipei City Wall

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Constructed in 1884, Taipei North Gate, formally Cheng'en Gate, is the best-preserved gate of the Walls of Taipei, and is a National Monument of Taiwan. Its design is a 2-story closed blockhouse of solid construction with traditional Chinese wooden roof truss and streamlined carved ornamentations. Important in the Qing layout of the city, restoring it to visual prominence in the city has been a feature of recent urban planning. It gives its name to Beimen metro station.

Wikipedia: Taipei North Gate (EN)

37. National History Museum Exhibition Hall

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The National History Museum is the highest historical and political agency of the Republic of China government. It is a directly -owned institution of the Presidential Palace. It is the main task of compiling the national history, historical materials, historical materials collection, and collection of historical materials, and the management of presidents and deputy presidential cultural relics that have been unascured since the Constitution of the Constitution.

Wikipedia: 國史館 (ZH)

38. 晉德宮

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Taipei Jind Palace, also known as "General Temple of Help Shun", is located in Wanhua district of Taipei City, Taiwan, now the municipality directly under the Central Government, built in 1862 (the year of Qing-tong, the building materials businessman Zheng Jing Yuan donated lime building materials and the name of "Hong, Wu, Huang, Li" and other local family gentlemen, for the sacrifice of General Heshun's temple, which is also the local temple of Simon Macho.

Wikipedia: 晉德宮 (ZH)

39. Old Site of Mitsui & Co. Warehouse

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Mitsui & Co., Ltd.'s old warehouse, also known as Taipei Memory Warehouse, was originally located in Zhongxiao Qiaotou, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, Taiwan, built in 1914 by Mitsui & Co., Ltd. during the Japanese occupation, listed as a historical building, in 2015 due to the West District Gateway Planning Area moved to Jiaoba Square, resulting in protests by cultural groups, in 2018 after the reorganization and restoration of the art exhibition.

Wikipedia: 三井物產株式會社舊倉庫 (ZH)

40. Holy Family Catholic Church

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The Sanjia Hall is a Catholic Church in Da'an District, Taipei City, Taiwan. It is also the largest Catholic Temple in Taiwan. It belongs to the Catholic Church General Education District and is responsible for the Parisian area by Jesus. The church is located in Xinsheng South Road, which gathers multiple religious places. It is only one street from the Daan Forest Park, and the transportation is convenient. Municipal Jinhua National Middle School.

Wikipedia: 台北聖家堂 (ZH), Website

41. 濟南長老教會

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Taiwan Presbyterian Church Jinan Church, formerly known as Taipei Kochicho Church, is a Presbyterian church completed in 1916 in Kochicho, Taipei City. In 1945, when the Chinese Kuomintang government was defeated and came to Taiwan, the church was renamed Jinan Street Presbyterian Church and Jinan Road Presbyterian Church twice because of the change of road name, and in the 1950s, it was officially named Taiwan Presbyterian Church Jinan Church.

Wikipedia: 濟南基督長老教會 (ZH)

42. 台北城南文學公園

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Kijuan is a pavilion built during the Japanese occupation period in Taiwan and located on the bank of Xindian Creek by the Yingqiao Bridge in Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, 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 historic site and used as a place for Taiwan literature exhibitions and lectures.

Wikipedia: 紀州庵 (ZH), Website

43. Sin Hong Choon

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Xinfangchun Tea Shop, is located in Taipei, Taipei, Taiwan, Datong District, Dadaocheng industrial and residential buildings, after no longer in operation, the original builder planned to demolish and rebuild the building, by the request of the cultural group to list the city's designated monuments, and then the Taipei City Government to let the builder transfer the volume to achieve partial preservation and restoration.

Wikipedia: 新芳春茶行 (ZH)

44. 慈聖宮

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Dadaocheng Cisheng Palace, also known as Dadaocheng Mazu Temple, Daojiang Mazu Temple, is located in Taipei, Taiwan, Datong District, Cisheng's Mazu Temple, established for the Tong'an people who migrated after the suburbs under the top, and is now a city-designated monument in Taipei City, and Dadaocheng Xiahai City God's Temple, Dadaocheng Dharma Lord Zhenjun Temple is listed as the three major temples of Dadaocheng.

Wikipedia: 大稻埕慈聖宮 (ZH)

45. Tienmu Sports Park

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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, with 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.

Wikipedia: 天母運動公園 (ZH)

46. Armed Forces Museum

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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.

Wikipedia: Republic of China Armed Forces Museum (EN)

47. Linsen Park

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Linsen Park, also known as Linsen Recreation Park and Zhongshan No. 14 Park, used to be the reserved site of No. 14 Park, a large metropolitan park planned by Taipei City before the war. Now it is a park, the park is located in Zhongshan District, between Lane 28, Xinsheng North Road, Nanjing East Road, and Xinsheng North Road, and adjacent to Linsen North Road and Recreation Park (No. 15 Park) on the west side.

Wikipedia: 林森公園 (ZH)

48. NTU Agricultural Exhibition Hall

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National Taiwan University Cave Hall is a national Taiwan University (hereinafter referred to as "National Taiwan University") once owned three joint buildings, located on the left side of the entrance of National Taiwan University, respectively, the earliest completed north-facing agricultural exhibition hall, and the west-facing Department of Anthropology and the east-facing Department of Philosophy.

Wikipedia: 國立臺灣大學農業陳列館 (ZH), Website

49. 朱厝崙福聚宮

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The full name of Zhu Cuo Lun Fu Ju Palace is Taipei City Zhu Cuo Lun Fu Ju Palace, located in Longjiang Road, Zhongshan District, Taipei City, Taiwan, and is a Taoist temple dedicated to Fu Zhengshen. Built in 1961, it adopts antique modern architecture. In addition, the temple is organized as a foundation corporation, and the festival date is the second day of the second lunar month every year.

Wikipedia: 朱厝崙福聚宮 (ZH)

50. 陳悅記祖宅(老師府)

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Chen Yue's ancestral house, commonly known as the teacher's house, is located near Dalongyu, Taipei City, Taiwan. It is currently the local Chen family temple. The temple was founded in the early 19th century. It was originally a residential house combined by the two Fujian -style courtyards. "Chen Yueji" is not named, but the public account of Chen Jiajia's genealogy.

Wikipedia: 陳悅記祖宅 (ZH)

51. 三玉宮

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Tianmu Sanyu Palace is located on Tianmu East Road, Taipei City, Taiwan, and is the temple dedicated to the first emperor of the five grains. The building was built in 1947 and is now an antique temple building in Shilin District, Taipei. In addition, the temple is organized as a steward, and the festival date is the 15th day of the ninth lunar month every year.

Wikipedia: 天母三玉宮 (ZH)

52. Taipei Zoo

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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.

Wikipedia: Taipei Zoo (EN)

53. 二二八公園福德宮

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228 Park Fude Palace, located in Taipei City, 228 Park Rush Gong Hao Yifang, address: No. 109, Huaining Street, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, commonly known as the New Park Land Temple, the main worship of Fu Zheng God (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.

Wikipedia: 二二八公園福德宮 (ZH)

54. Physical Heritage Hall

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The Department of Physics and Cultural Relics of National Taiwan University is located in Hall 2 on Coconut Grove Avenue in the National Taiwan University campus, which is one of the exhibition halls of the National Taiwan University Museum Complex, which is officially established in 2005 by the Department of Physics of National Taiwan University.

Wikipedia: 臺大物理文物廳 (ZH)

55. 真聖堂

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The True Holy Church is the main Taoist temple dedicated to Emperor Fuyou. The building was built in 1924 and has undergone many renovations, and is now an antique temple building in Datong District, Taipei. In addition, the temple is organized by a management committee, and the festival date is the 14th day of the fourth lunar month every year.

Wikipedia: 真聖堂 (ZH)

56. 菩提講堂

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The Bodhi Lecture Hall is located on Nanjing West Road, Taipei, Taiwan, and is a Buddhist temple dedicated to Shakyamuni. The temple was built in 1954 and is a four-storey antique temple in Taipei's Datong District. In addition, the temple is organized as a manager, and the festival date is the eighth day of the fourth lunar month every year

Wikipedia: 菩提講堂 (ZH)

57. 長慶廟

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Fu Ye Changqing Temple, referred to as Changqing Temple, is located in the land shrine of Banxi, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, Taiwan, with a history dating back to the ancient pavilion cultivated by Quanzhou people during the Qing Dynasty, and became the belief center of the Hakka people in the Nanchang Road area in the post-war period.

Wikipedia: 福德爺長慶廟 (ZH)

58. 臺北監獄圍牆遺蹟

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臺北監獄圍牆遺蹟 Winertai / CC BY-SA 3.0

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.

Wikipedia: Remains of Taipei Prison Wall (EN)

59. 指南宮

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Zhinan Temple is a Taoist temple on the slopes of Houshan in Wenshan District 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.

Wikipedia: Zhinan Temple (EN)

60. 萬隆集應廟

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Bandung Jiying Temple, also known as Shuangzhong Temple, Yugong Temple, etc. The main worship of Shuangzhong, the incense from Fujian Anxi Daping Jiying Temple, Qing Muzong Tongzhi two years (1863) built the temple, located in Taipei City, Roosevelt Road Section 5, No. 211 Lane 1, 2nd Floor, is now the local residents' faith center.

Wikipedia: 萬隆集應廟 (ZH)

61. Xinglong Park

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Xinglong Park is a park in Wenshan District, Taipei City, located in Xingye Lane, built in 1975, with a scenic lake in the center of the park, an ice rink, a children's play area and physical fitness equipment, and a bronze statue of Chiang Zhongzheng. Former President Ma Ying-jeou of the Republic of China lives next to this park.

Wikipedia: 興隆公園 (ZH)

62. 大稻程臺灣基督長老教會

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Taiwan Presbyterian Church Dadaocheng Church, is located in Taipei, Taipei, Taiwan, Datong District, Dadaocheng Chapel, donated by Li Chunsheng in 1915, in May 2002 by Long Yingtai and others to prevent the church from demolition, reached a consensus on moving the building forward, repairing, now listed as a historic site.

Wikipedia: 臺灣基督長老教會大稻埕教會 (ZH)

63. TAI Herbarium

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The National Taiwan University Herbarium was founded on December 27, 1929 and is located behind Hall 1. The building base area is 727 square meters, and the outdoor area is 1057 square meters. It is committed to collecting plant specimens from Taiwan and neighboring regions such as Southeast Asia and the Pacific Islands.

Wikipedia: 國立臺灣大學植物標本館 (ZH)

64. Immaculate Conception Cathedral, Taipei

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The Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception is located in Datong District, Taipei, Taiwan, which is the cathedral of the Catholic Archdiocese of Taipei and the first Catholic church in Taipei. The church has a kindergarten attached to it, and the church is built next to the Lay Sisters, who are also Catholic institutions.

Wikipedia: 聖母無原罪主教座堂 (台北市) (ZH)

65. Datong House

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Datong House, located in Taipei, Taiwan, Zhongzheng District, Boai Special Zone, next to the former residence of Yan Jiagan, completed in 1954, was originally a guest house for the US military stationed in Taiwan, and later became the office of former Taiwan President Yan Jiagan, and is now a national monument.

Wikipedia: 大同之家(含網球場) (ZH)

66. Taipei Post Office

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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.

Wikipedia: Taipei Post Office (EN)

67. Taipei 228 Memorial Museum

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Taipei 228 Memorial Hall, located in Taipei 228 Park, was officially opened on February 28, 1997, and symbolized the 50th anniversary of the 228 Incident. Its building was formerly known as the former Taipei Broadcasting Bureau Concert Hall of the Taiwan Broadcasting Association during the Japanese occupation.

Wikipedia: 臺北二二八紀念館 (ZH)

68. East Gate of Taipei

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The East Gate of Taipei Fucheng, officially known as Jingfu Gate, is located in the Boai Special Zone of Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, Taiwan, and the Taipei Fucheng City Gate in front of the President of the Republic of China Palace, which is now listed as a national monument of the Republic of China.

Wikipedia: 臺北府城東門 (ZH)

69. Futai Street Mansion

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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.

Wikipedia: Taipei Futai Street Mansion (EN), Website

70. 中山長老教會

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Completed in 1937, the building of Zhongshan Presbyterian Church is a Gothic Protestant church located in downtown Taipei. The church, which was originally 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.

Wikipedia: 中山基督長老教會 (ZH)

71. Xiangshan Park

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Xiangshan Park, the old known as Zhongqiang Park, is located in the five sections of Xinyi Road, Xinyi District, Taipei City, Taiwan, built along the foot of the mountain, is a long strip-shaped park, the park contains basketball courts, ice fields, gazettes, combined toilets and health trails.

Wikipedia: 象山公園 (臺北市) (ZH)

72. Zhongshan Hall

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Zhongshan Hall is a historic 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.

Wikipedia: Zhongshan Hall (EN), Website

73. Grace Baptist Church

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The church is located in Taipei City, Taiwan, three sections of the New Shuyu Road, belonging to the Christian Protestant Baptist Church. In addition, many aides have been established, mainly with five main functions: worship, education, fellowship, service and evangelization.

Wikipedia: 懷恩堂 (台北市) (ZH)

74. Shilin Cixian Temple

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Shilin Ciya Palace, also known as the Mazu Temple of Shilin, was originally known as the Tianhou Palace of Zhilan Street. It is located in the Shinan Lulin Night Market in Shilin District, Taipei City, Taiwan. The temple configuration is also a municipality in Taipei.

Wikipedia: 士林慈諴宮 (ZH)

75. 圓山公園

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Yuanshan Park, located in Zhongshan District, Taipei City, Taiwan, between the MRT Yuanshan Station and the Art Park, was included in the exhibition area during the 2010 Taipei International Flower Fair and is currently part of the Flower Expo Park.

Wikipedia: 圓山公園 (臺北市) (ZH), Website

76. 東門福德宮

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Dongmen Lifu Palace, located in the East Gate and Linsen South Road Lane, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, Taiwan, is a case of the Taipei City Government using the Cultural Assets Preservation Act to protect precious old trees to preserve temples.

Wikipedia: 東門里福德宮 (ZH)

77. Taipei Cultural Mosque

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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.

Wikipedia: Taipei Cultural Mosque (EN)

78. Gallery of NTU History

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Gallery of NTU History

The National Taiwan University History Museum is an exhibition hall of National Taiwan University that displays the history of the university, which was established in 2005 and is one of the members of the National Taiwan University Museum Group.

Wikipedia: 國立臺灣大學校史館 (ZH), Facebook

79. Guling Street Avant-grade Theatre

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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.

Wikipedia: Guling Street Avant-garde Theatre (EN), Website

80. 大稻埕辜宅

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Dadaocheng Gu Mansion is located in Dadaocheng, Datong District, Taipei City, Taiwan, and is a western-style house by the Tamsui River, which was built in 1920 by the Lukang Gujia Committee next to the salt hall that distributes official salt.

Wikipedia: 大稻埕辜宅 (ZH)

81. Sung shan Tzu-Yu Temple

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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.

Wikipedia: Ciyou Temple (EN)

82. South Gate of Taipei

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South Gate of Taipei 台北旅遊網 / Attribution

The South Gate of Taipei City, also known as the Great South Gate, is located at the intersection of Park Road and Aiguo West Road, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, Taiwan, and is now listed as a national monument of the Republic of China.

Wikipedia: 臺北府城南門 (ZH)

83. Yen Chia-Kan's Residence

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The former residence of Yan Jiagan, located in the Boai Special Economic Zone, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, Taiwan, is the official residence of Yan Jiagan, the 5th president of the Republic of China, and is a national monument.

Wikipedia: 嚴家淦先生故居 (ZH)

84. Red House

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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.

Wikipedia: Red House Theater (EN)

85. Yuanshan

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Yuanshan, the ancient name of Yuanshanzai. Located in Shilin/Dazhijian, Taipei City, Taiwan, it is an independent hill on the south bank of the Keelung River, with an elevation of about 36 meters and an area of several hectares.

Wikipedia: 圓山 (ZH)

86. Central Art Park

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Central Art Park

Central Arts and Wen Park, also known as Central Park, Huashan Park, and Huashan Prairie, is a large park located in the original site of Huashan Station, Taiwan Railway Administration, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, Taiwan.

Wikipedia: 中央藝文公園 (ZH)

87. 善光寺

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Located at No. 20, Yinguang Lane, Hot Spring Road, Beitou District, Taipei City, Taiwan, the full name of the new Beitou Zenko Temple is located at No. 20, Yinguang Lane, Hot Spring Road, Beitou District, Taipei City, Taiwan.

Wikipedia: 新北投善光寺 (ZH)

88. National Taiwan Museum

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The National Taiwan Museum, established in 1908, is the oldest museum in Taiwan. It was founded by the colonial government during Taiwan's period of Japanese rule. The museum is located in Zhongzheng District, Taipei.

Wikipedia: National Taiwan Museum (EN)

89. Ketagalan Culture Center

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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.

Wikipedia: Ketagalan Culture Center (EN)

90. Miniatures Museum of Taiwan

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The Miniatures Museum of Taiwan is the first museum to collect miniatures in Asia. The museum was founded on March 28, 1997, by Mr. Lin Wen-ren and his wife. It is located in Zhongshan District, Taipei, Taiwan.

Wikipedia: Miniatures Museum of Taiwan (EN), Website

91. God of Fire Temple in Taipei

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Taipei Fire Temple, located in Guangxin, Daan District, Taipei City, Taiwan, the main deity is Huo De Xingjun, and it is the center of worship for the personnel of the Taipei City Government Fire Department.

Wikipedia: 台北火聖廟 (ZH)

92. 聖安宮

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St. Ann's Palace is the Sanshan King Temple in Guanghua Shopping Mall, Meihuali, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, Taiwan, and its current site is located on the sixth floor of Guanghua Digital Xintiandi.

Wikipedia: 聖安宮 (光華商場) (ZH)

93. 台灣台北聖殿

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台灣台北聖殿 bangdoll / CC BY-SA 2.0

The Taiwan Taipei Temple is the 31st temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, located at the intersection of Jinshan South Road and Aiguo East Road, Daan District, Taipei City, Taiwan.

Wikipedia: 台湾台北圣殿 (ZH)

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