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Confucius Temple, Tsoying district, Kaohsiung
Located on the northern part of Lotus Lake in the Tsoying district of Kaohsiung city, the Confucius Temple was rebuilt in 1976.
The temple consists of Dacheng Hall, Ban Pond, Lisin Gate, and the Chongsheng Shrine.
The architecture of these elements was adopted from the Shon-dong Chui-fu style of northern China.
SOURCE: Sun-In Av Corporation, courtesy of Tourism Bureau, Ministry of Transportation & Communications , R.O.C.
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