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  1. 1. Taipei City 台灣台北 01 Edited by Eddie All photos from Internet I appreciate it if you send me some music for this PowerPoint. 歡迎您幫我加點音樂上去,假如您願意的話
  2. 2. Taipei 台北• Taipei (台北; literally "Northern Taiwan") is the largest city in Taiwan and has served as the de facto capital (provisional capital) of the Republic of China (commonly known as "Taiwan") since the Chinese Civil War in 1949. It is the political, economic, and cultural center of the country.• Situated at the northern tip of the island, Taipei is located on the Danshui River, and is about 25 km southwest of Keelung, its port on the Pacific Ocean. Another coastal city, Danshui, is about 20 km northwest at the rivers mouth on the Taiwan Strait. It lies in the two relatively narrow valleys of the Keelung (基隆河) and Xindian (新店溪) Rivers, which join to form the Danshui River along the citys western border.[1]• The city proper (Taipei City) is home to an estimated 2,619,920 people (March 2009). Taipei City, Taipei County, and Keelung City together form the Taipei metropolitan area with a population of 6,752,826 (March 2009).[2] However, they are administered under different local government bodies. "Taipei" sometimes refers to the whole metropolitan area, while "Taipei City" refers to the city proper.
  3. 3. • Considered to be an alpha world city,Taipei is part of a major industrial area. Railways, high speed rail, highways, airports, and bus lines connect Taipei with all parts of the island. The city is served by Songshan Airport (domestic and cross-strait flights) and Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (international and cross- strait flights).• Taipei was founded in the early 18th century and became an important center for overseas trade in the 19th century. The Japanese acquired Taiwan in 1895 after the First Sino- Japanese War and made Taipei the islands capital.The Republic of China took over the island in 1945 after Japans defeat in World War II. Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek declared Taipei the provisional capital of the Republic of China in December 1949 after the Kuomintang (KMT) government was defeated by the Communists who took over most of Mainland China during the Chinese Civil War
  4. 4. National Concert Hall by SUNILKAT
  5. 5. 國家戲劇院
  6. 6. Dusky View of the National Theatre by cmkwan
  7. 7. 中正紀念堂
  8. 8. National Concert Hall by someguy
  9. 9. Holiday, C.K.S. Memorial Hall by ed_galagan
  10. 10. the sun by travis_b
  11. 11. CKS Concert Hall by vishykarnik
  12. 12. 台北故宮博物院
  13. 13. Working out by neilharris
  14. 14. Taipei 101Taipei 101 building
  15. 15. Taipei 101 building
  16. 16. Taipei 101 building
  17. 17. Taipei 101 building V.S. Dubai Tower
  18. 18. President’s hall
  19. 19. Mall
  20. 20. Dr.Sun’s memorial hall
  21. 21. 台北忠烈祠楊安生攝影
  22. 22. standing guard by markoci Young Lady by irishkiwi
  23. 23. Long Shan Temple by RustuArsevenLongshan Temple by ed_galagan
  24. 24. Longshan by gtm
  25. 25. 保安宮
  26. 26. 保安宮
  27. 27. hotel by kabo
  28. 28. Train Passes By The Grand Hotel by Abel
  29. 29. 台北孔廟
  30. 30. 監察院
  31. 31. 紅毛城
  32. 32. 台大醫院
  33. 33. 台北賓館
  34. 34. 三峽老街
  35. 35. MRT station
  36. 36. Asian Taste
  37. 37. High speed train
  38. 38. Taipei art museum
  39. 39. 信義商圈
  40. 40. Red hall
  41. 41. Sky view
  42. 42. The end
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