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The Remains of the Old City Gates and Walls in Tainan

Tainan was the largest city in Taiwan during the Qing period. In 1725, wooden fences were built around the city. As a result, Tainan became the capital of Taiwan for several decades. Since 1985, due to the importance of Tainan in the history of Taiwan, Tainan’s government officially registered several historic sites in the city as city-level cultural heritage sites. Thus, Duiyue Gate (1985), Great South Gate (1985), Great East Gate (1985), the remains of the Minor East Gate City Walls (1985), the remains of the Minor South Gate City Walls (1985), Syunfang Artillery Fort (1985), and the remains of East Gate City Walls (1985) each carry this official designation.

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