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Taipei Trip: Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall 國立中正紀念堂

Taipei Trip: Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall 國立中正紀念堂 (Day 3) – Talking about the must-visit in Taipei, the CKS Memorial Hall is one of it. Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall (in Mandarin it’s not Jiang Kai Shek, but it’s named as Jiang Jie Shi) also known as the Natioanl Taiwan Democracy Hall is a famous monument, landmark in Taiwan which is built in memory of former President of Taiwan – Chiang-Kai Shek.
National Concert Hall
CKS Memorial Hall
National Theater
The Memorial Hall Square has 3 Chinese architecture buildings surrounding it with National Concert Hall on the left, CKS Memorial Hall at the centre and National Theater on the right. A simple, clean square, yet evokes the feeling of Taiwanese patriotism.
It reads Freedom’s Square.
Sky was not that beautiful for a photoshoot. Brother told me that if you go in the evening, you will get to see the National Guard changing the flag.
I didn’t really spend a long time at there, just about 30 minutes or less, we moved on to another memorial – National Martyrs Shrine. 
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