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The Martyrs' Shrine, as everyone calls it, commemorates some 390,000 people killed in revolutionary wars involving the Republic of China (ROC) in during the 20th century, beginning with the Xinhai Revolution of 1911, which established the ROC. The reason most people visit the Martyrs' Shrine...More
We arrived in time to see the changing of the guard which was quite a rite! The soldiers were young and very focussed on their job! A very interesting ceremony. The main building and surrounding buildings make for excellent photos.
Surprisingly not as popular as I think it should be, I was impressed by the beauty of this place. I believe the main building was under some sort of renovation, reason why I wasn't able to access it but for what I could see from...More
The main attractions/buildings all seems to be closed/under maintenance, however the changing of the guard was quite impressive.
Until the attractions are back open, don't put this attraction on the top of must do. . . however, if you have a few moments to kill...More
The guards change every hour. You can follow from the guard house entrance down through the beautiful grounds with pagodas, to the main building. The two new guards and the two replaced do so with such grace and precision. Intricate steps and rifle twirling,, timed...More
Its a grand and somber place, set at the based of a hill north of down town Taipei. I walked through the military head quarters area from Dazhi Station on line 1 the "brown Line. It was an interesting walk of about 20 minutes.
Don't miss this place for the Guard Changing Ceremony that takes place hourly. We've visited this place previously but the kids have not. They enjoyed the marching by the soldiers, and this is a good place to spend 30 - 45 mins to view the...More
Our main reason for visiting was to see the changing of the guard ceremony. The ceremony takes place every hour on the hour with the last 20 minutes before closing. The soldiers are immaculately dressed with mirror finish helmets and rifles with chrome fittings. The...More