The large building is easy to get to on metro and worth visiting. The atmosphere is very cal and respectful. Great instal!
About National Revolutionary Martyrs' Shrine
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The Martyr's Shrine in Taipei is worth a visit just to see the changing of the guards, all done to precision timing.
Soldiers show under the sun weather in Taipei 33 C but they try so hard to do the march to go on with all visitor waiting . good job !
Matryr's Shrine is dedicated to all soldiers who fought the war. This shrine is simple with red colored design. from the entrance, you have to walk a bit long to go to the main shrine, there you can see guards standing and not moving at...More
At the end of the 19th Century, the Qing Dynasty was corrupted and rotten, giving up vast amounts of territories to the Japanese, British and the so called Eight-Nation Alliance (八國聯軍). The Qing China lost one war after another, giving up Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau,...More
The shrine is dedicated to the falling hero who protected the country, from China now Taiwan. It offers a home for the afterlife of the martyrs and there are several ceremonies every year to show respect to them. There are honer guards stationed here and...More
This memorial recognizes the 400,000 soldiers who have died in defense of Taiwan. The guard changes every hour, worth seeing the pomp and circumstance. The grounds also has a temple guarded by two eight ton sculptures.
We were so overwhelmed by this place. As you enter, live soldiers on guard "greet" your visit. This shrine, dedicated to the martyrs of the war of independence on the mainland versus the communists in 1948, brings tears to your eyes as you realize the...More
The shrine honours the fallen war heroes from 1911-1949 and honour them they do in a grand way. The grounds themselves are large scale with guards positioned at the entrance and at the main building / monument. These guards certainly capture the attention as they...More
The shrine provides a glimpse of Taiwan's history and military foundation. Changing of the guard is worth waiting for, very usa style of military ceremony in an Asian setting.