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228 Peace Memorial Park, Taipei

Categories: Landmarks, Nature & Parks, Tourist Spots
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3.9/5 based on 50 reviews on the web
The first European-style park in Taiwan, built in 1908, 228 Peace Memorial Park today represents a refuge from the city. Walk along the pathways and see old trees, a pond, and pavilions. The park also showcases some shrines and relics and holds two of Taiwan's most important museums. Part of the peace and quiet comes from the fact that the park stands as a memorial to a massacre from 1947. A monument in the park commemorates the event. Plan your visit to 228 Peace Memorial Park and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Taipei travel itinerary planner.
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  • We just walked about two blocks from our hotel to this park which used to called Taipei New Park. It's a nice park with shady paths and old trees. Good for a morning walk and could be crowded in the e...  read more »
  • 在台大醫院跟台北車站旁的公園 在以前的時候又稱之為新公園 目前就是上班或者是家庭散步的區域 有空有閒的時候可以去 並不是一個一定要去的景點 
  • Said City Park and visited in the early morning special trips nowhere I felt, they kill time might be good, but not enough tourists.
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