Former Tainan Weather Observatory
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Former Tainan Weather Observatory

The Former Tainan Weather Observatory (Chinese: ; pinyin: Yuán Táinán Cèhòu Su?) is a former weather station in West Central District, Tainan, Taiwan.[1]

History

The weather station was built in 1897 during the Japanese rule of Taiwan. For a very long time, the building had been remained unused.[2] The Tainan City Government designated it a municipal historic site in 1998, and it became a national historic site in 2003. It later opened as a museum, and was closed for six months to repair damage from the 2016 Southern Taiwan earthquake.[3]

Architecture

The building has a round structure following three concentric circles with offices on the outside, tower access on the inside and a circular hallway running between them. The top of the tower contains the exterior instruments.

Transportation

The building is accessible within walking distance south west of Tainan Station of Taiwan Railways.

See also

References

  1. ^ "Tainan Meteorological Station". Tainan City Guide.
  2. ^ "Cultural Affairs Bureau,Tainan City Government - Historical Sites and Landscapes".
  3. ^ Shan, Shelley (1 April 2019). "Renovated Tainan observatory reopens". Taipei Times. Retrieved 2019.



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