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Historic Site
“Built in 1908 by the Japanese, this Western-style building and its surrounding square located at Ximending is home to Taipei's creative and culture industry, hosting exhibitions and performances daily. Originally, the complex with built to serve as the first government-operated public-run market, and now is classed and preserved as a municipal heritage site. The building features an octagonal entrance and cross-shaped floor plan where merchants could showcase their goods. Today the market has modernised to become a space for the creative and art industry, including an outdoor Market for Artists and Designers located within the North Square. A small concert hall is located within the complex, and frequently hosts cultural events such as concerts and exhibitions. The square behind the main building is home to Taipei's largest LGBT district and a large number of outdoor bars (with great drinks and service) that welcome all patrons. Red House and Ximending MRT are only 8 minutes by MRT (Red line and Green line) from Dongmen MRT”
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“Nice breakfast before 11 am. NTD 99 with toast, egg, ham and a coffee. They also have yummy almond cookies and I like their coffee. ”
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“It's hard to believe but you can actually enjoy a coffee (or beer or meal) here on the stone terrace of Zhongshan Hall that authoritarian leader Chiang Kai-shek used to stand on to deliver speeches to the people. ”
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“在熱鬧的西門町商圈,卻有一處別於喧囂市區的西本願寺廣場,八拾捌茶輪番所在這裡推廣茶文化,創辦人原先創立是為紀念已去世的父親,每聞到茶香便會想過去的時光,來到輪番所不僅可以品茶,更可以學茶藝。一壺茶配上一盤小甜點,是度過午後時光的好處去。 Around the hustle and bustle of the Ximending., there is one secluded spot named Nishi Honganji Square. It was the largest Japanese Buddhist temple in Taiwan during the 1895-1945 colonial period and it is Rinbansyo Tea House that aims to promote Taiwanese tea and tea culture there. The tea house was originally founded to commemorate her deceased father as the smell of the tea reminds her of the good old days. In Rinbansyo Tea House, people can not only taste the tea, but learn tea arts. It can also be a cosy place for spending your afternoon with some desserts. ”
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