Category: Kaohsiung Lotus Pond

Dragon and Tiger Pagodas

Posted by Lucia on July 15, 2020

Before you read the article, let’s test your knowledge about the Dragon and Tiger Pagodas, shall we?

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Great Emperor of the North Pole

Posted by Lucia on July 15, 2020

The 22 meter tall statue of the Great Emperor of the North Pole in Lotus Pond is the tallest god statue on water in Southeast Asia.

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Guan Yin

Posted by Lucia on July 15, 2020

Dressed in white robe, standing atop a grand dragon, a willow branch in one hand and a water jar in the other, Guan Yin is a
goddess of mercy.

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Spring Autumn Pagodas and Lord Guan Yu

Posted by Lucia on July 15, 2020

The spring and autumn pagodas belongs to Chi Ming temple which is dedicated to the Lord Guan Yu.

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Confucius Temple

Posted by Lucia on July 15, 2020

Kaohsiung Zouying Confucius temple is the biggest Confucius temple in Taiwan, the oldest one is in Tainan.

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Chingshui Temple and its Quilins

Posted by Lucia on July 15, 2020

Comparing with other eye-catching colorful temples at the Lotus Pond, some people describe the Qingshui Temple as “low-key elegance”.

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Zouying City Wall and Military Dependent’s Villages

Posted by Lucia on July 15, 2020

Zouying city wall (the old name is Fengshan) was originally built in 1721 to defend the city from riots and rebellions.

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A Brief History of Zouying and the Lotus Pond

Posted by Lucia on July 15, 2020

The history of Zouying dates back to the 17th century. It serves as the county seat during Koxinga’s ruling.

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