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Kaohsiung, Taiwan | Travel Guide of History

by Steven

Kaohsiung is Taiwan’s third largest city with a population of 2.7 million and is the country’s main port. It was once a small fishing village, but developed when the Dutch built a fort in nearby Tainan in the early seventeenth century. Kaohsiung has a number of interesting sights, including Lotus Lake, Fo Guang Shan Temple and a number of special museums such as the National Museum of Fine Arts and National Museum of History. Kaohsiung is a lively city and those who visit can enjoy themselves here for days. So let’s go to Kaohsiung…!

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