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North Gate, Taipei

Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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2.1/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web
Check out North Gate, the remaining part of the once-planned city walls of Taipei. Originating from the Qing dynasty, the wall had five gates, but only the north one still stands to this day in its original form. The picturesque structure--made from stone, with red-painted external walls--stands out from its modern surroundings, creating a great photo opportunity. Make North Gate a centerpiece of your Taipei vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Taipei itinerary maker.
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  • 之前因為高架橋的關係 所以其實看不太到全貌 但現在可以很清楚的看到整個本體了 而附近的建築物也很由朝代感(日本式、台灣式) 
  • Located just west of the station. It is about 5 minutes walk from the station. Taipei City gate and South Gate, little South Gate and East Gate in existence beside the North Gate, these gates are not demolished in the Japan rule age. However is to govern postwar ROC nationals from non-gate rebuilt, this gate is in construction at that time remains. Saying the gate also known as Seung-Eun, was built in 1884, is currently designated cultural asset. Previously had elevated highway, but in this landscape do not have elevated highway, came to see it.
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  • The North Gate is not much here. Can you see of course. Right next to it the Beimen post office, since we should necessarily look.
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