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Taipei Trip: National Martyrs Shrine

Taipei Trip: National Martyrs Shrine (Day 3) – Not many people will visit this place except Chinese tourists in big tourist bus, or people who visited the Tripadvisor for attractions like me because you can only access this place by cab. It’s just a shrine, dedicated to the war dead soldiers of Taiwan, but what interesting is checking out the changing of National Guard which makes it the main attraction of the place. Other than that, it’s the Chinese architecture then that’s it. Inside is just ancestral tlablets of the dead soldier, a bit creepy, it’s more of a tourist attractions to me.
We were just so lucky to be in time to check out the changing of guards and it’s really very cool I tell you. All the soldiers were very well synchronized. I wonder how much is their salary. HAHA.
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