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Taipei Prefecture City God - Taipei Prefecture Chenghuang Temple

Taipei Prefecture Chenghuang Temple

Taipei Prefecture Chenghuang Temple

Add: No. 3, Hulin St., Taipei City

The city god in this temple was originally one of the city gods in the Taipei Prefecture Chenghuang Temple on Futai Street. When the Japanese reorganized the city, they took apart the temple for road expansion. Therefore, Cheng Chiang-He, Lu Li, and other representatives of Songshan Longan She (a local administrative unit) raised funds to build this temple in which to keep the city god in 1926. The temple was named Jhaoming Temple because the sun was bright and the moon was clear during the construction. In 2002, its name was changed back to Taipei Prefecture Chenghuang Temple.