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Lungshan Temple

Lungshan Temple is the most well known temple in Taiwan, the Mengjia Longshan Temple was built in 1738 by settlers from Fujian as a gathering place for Chinese settlers. Located in the old village part of Taipei, Wanhua District, this temple has stood the rest of time and lasted through several natural disasters and wars. Longshan Temple is now one of largest and oldest temples in Taiwan, worshipping a mixture of Buddhist, Taoist, and deities like Mazu.

Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall

The Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall was erected in honor of Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek. The octagon-shaped white building rises 76 meters and is covered with blue tiles and red accents, The eight sides represent the Chinese cultural symbolism of the number eight which is traditionally associated with fortune and wealth. The two sets of 89 steps represent Chiang's age of death and lead up to main hall housing a large bronze statue of Chiang protected by military personnel which change hourly.

Sanxia Old Street

Sanxia is a traditional, suburban district in New Taipei City.it has still retained its cultural value, especially in and around the Sanxia Old Street area. The architecture consists of red brick buildings with hallways connected by small lanes. Dating back to the early 1900s during the Japanese occupation, the unique traditional architecture is quite different from the rest of the island, which went through a massive development push in the 1970s at the expense of many traditional buildings.

Jiufen Old Street

Jiufen was founded during the Qing Dynasty, this small town was a relatively isolated village until the discovery of gold in 1893, quickly developing the town due to a gold rush. Many buildings in the town remain unchanged to this day. After 1945, gold mining activities declined, and the town today exists mainly as a tourist destination remembering and celebrating Taiwanese history and culture.