Taipei [Taihoku] City Gates

East Gate

From Wiki: Taipei City Walls The wall was completed in 1884. Nearly five kilometers in length, it could be accessed by five gates. Jieng Fu Gate to the East;
Bao Cheng Gate to the West; Li Zheng Gate to the South; Cheng En Gate to the North; and an auxiliary southern entrance known as Chueng Xi Gate.
Modern photos can be seen at at this Wiki Page. A few more photos can be found on this Wiki page.

North Gate

North Gate

South Gate

South Gate

South Gate

Small South Gate with city walls still attached.

Small South Gate

Small South Gate with wall still attached.

Small South Gate 1930s without wall

West Gate (Demolished)

North Gate

North Gate with a sign saying something about being frugal.

North Gate

East Gate

East Monestary Bell Tower wiki Built 1930
The bell tower is located in the Jhongjheng District at the intersection of Jen-ai and Linsen Rd.
Thanks Chi-Chia Huang ~ !

Photo from http://www.mon-donghe.com/index.asp

East Gate

East Gate

East Gate

North Gate

North Gate

North Gate

Taipei New Park, Taihoku Govenor's Residence and the East Gate

North Gate with wall still attached.

1895 North Gate

Above 3 photos are the only images that I've ever seen of the Taipei City wall. Photo directly above from a 1890's book.

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