Tai Nan Gate---
Tai Nan Gate, also known as Nin Nang Gate, was built in 1725. It is one of the 14 gates of the Taiwan City in the Qing
Dynasty.It is located in the central western part of Tainan City, Taiwan, and is a historic monument of the ROC.Tainan
City originally had 5 barbicans, among which Nin Nang Gate is the only gate left. All of the rest are all gone.
Wu Fei Temple ---
Wu Fei refers to the five concubines accompanying the death of Ning Jing King, Zhu Zhu Gui of the Ming Dynasty:
Yuan, Wang,Sook Gu, Mei and Ho. First built in 1683, with a three-hundred-year old history, Wu Fei Temple is
seated on the southwest,facing northeast and is an old building with single entrance and extensive buildings on
Confucius Temple Shopping District ---
In the early Qing Dynasty, it was the only school admitting Taiwanese students. Confucius Temple was majestic and
sublime,with a quiet and solemn atmosphere and square pattern. The verdant ancient trees beside the temple
introduce an atmosphere of nostalgia. It was announced as a first-class temple monument in 1983 and is now a
national monument. Right across thetemple is the shopping district. We can stroll under the trees and feel the
culture and unique shops.
Koxinga Shrine ---
Also known as Khan Shan Temple or Cheng Kung Zheng Temple, located in the central and western District (Yohanwei
Street in Qing Dynasty). It is also the earliest official Zheng Cheng Gong Memorial Temple. It was the earliest shrine
set by Japanese in Taiwan and the only one of their overseas temples that has been transformed into a shrine before
World War II. It was registered as the ninth historical building in Tainan in 2010.
National Taiwan Museum of Literature ---
Is the affiliated organization of the Ministry of Culture and Taiwan's first state-level literature museum. It is a state-
owned historic monument with a one-hundred-year history. During the Japanese occupation period, it was Tainan
State Office and was completed in 1916 to serve as air battle supply command after the war. The municipal
government employs the museum to collect, collate, store and survey the historical materials of modern Chinese
literature. There are also cultural assets bureau of Ministry of Culture and Heritage Conservation Research Center
in this office. There are exhibitions and cultural promotional events from time to time to accommodate the public
and initiate cultural development. There are also literary books reading area and children's literaturestudy room,
providing a wide range of services.
Tainan Museum of Justice (formerly Tainan District Court) ---
The former site of the District Court was built as barracks in the Ming and Qing Dynasty. Here is also the former
residence of historian Lian Heng, with the establishment of two monuments "Relic of Barracks," and "Historian
Liangyatang’s Relic of Barracks" as memorials. The residential building is designed by Moriyama Matsunosuke
and is currently listed as a second-level national monument. Opposite to the building is the Tainan Art Museum,
that is, the former Tainan Shrine. It is a Western-style domed building of nobility and royalty for its appearance.
There are dome tower and square tower, respectively, at the two entrances, the main entrance and the second
entrance, to form an asymmetrical balance. After the court’s relocation in 2001, at present among all courts at
all levels, only the judicial buildings of the Taiwan High Court's court headquarters are listed as national monuments.
Tainan Art Museum ---
The Art Museum under construction is located in the central western district of Tainan. The site includes former
Tainan Police Department (Museum of Art) and the 11th Public Parking Lot. The museum is expected to open in