- Historic Sites
- Campus teaching
- Suggested Months for Visiting
- All year
- Phone Number
- No. 139, Bei-an Rd., Zhongshan Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C
2.Closed for memorial services on March 28 & 29 and Sept. 2 (all day) and Sept. 3 (to 12:00 noon).
Services & Facilities
Shrine has good feng shuiPeople visit this shrine to see the changing of the guard. The Shrine commemorates those people sho died in China's 20th century wars. It is a solemn tribute. The changing of the guard occurs on the hour. It is a bit out of the way but the feng shui is good. By the way, there is usually a big crowd, so it pays sto get there early.
Guard CeremonyCome here to see an elaborte guard charging ceremony, these take place every hour and last a good 15 minutes. It is quite incredible how synchronized the guards are. We arrived 20 minutes before to explore the grounds, you can't actually access the main hall, but it is a nice place to wander and watch the ceremony.
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Learn history to avoid repeating itThe mood is solemn as we visited this shrine. It is a good reminder to invest in learning history to avoid the mistakes of repeating it. Every hour you will have opportunity to see changing of the guard. This is a phenomenal sight to see.
Precision drill maneuver is the draw-cardThe Martyrs' Shine commemorates at those soldiers who died in China's revolutionary wars in the 20th century. The Shrine is a fine structure, but the main attraction is the changing of the guard, every hour. This precision drill maneuver is a "must see" for visitors to Taipei.
Great place to visitIt was a good experience to pay such a shrine. And many interesting buildings with the colourful roottop. This was one of the must visit places for the tourists.
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