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Bo-Pi-Liao Historic Block

129 and 127 Guangzhou Street are separated by a reservoir, creating an empty space between the two places. However, both the east and west sides of this separation are considered part of Bo-Pi-Liao Historic Block. On the east side of this separation is the Heritage and Culture Education Center of Taipei City.

The organization is responsible for curating and displaying important artifacts from Taipei’s history. The west side of the separation contains several different structures leftover from past eras. Each side is responsible for showcasing a different aspect of Taipei’s rich and enduring history.

They’re both must-see destinations for travelers who have come as far as you have. Now that you know all about Bo-Pi-Liao Historic Block, we encourage you to continue on, and delve deeper into the rich background of the Wan-Hua district. Lose yourself in the alleyways of Xintomicho market, and discover the newly reinvigorated Xinfu market. There’s always more to discover!

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