|Linyuan District |
Linyuan District in Kaohsiung City
The prehistory era of the district can be traced back to the artifacts found at the Fengbitou Archaeological Site.
Republic of ChinaEdit
After the handover of Taiwan from Japan to the Republic of China in 1945, Linyuan was organized as a rural township of Kaohsiung County. On 25 December 2010, Kaohsiung County was merged with Kaohsiung City and Linyuan was upgraded to a district of the city.
This district is part of Kaohsiung built up area which encompasses 10 cities (or districts) out of 18 in official Kaohsiung Metro Area.
The district consists of Beishan, Dingcuo, Fengyun, Gangpu, Gangzui, Gongcuo, Guangying, Linjia, Linnei, Linyuan, Renai, Tantou, Tunglin, Tungshan, Wanggong, Wenxian, Wufu, Xishan, Xixi, Xizhou, Zhongcuo, Zhongmen, Zhongshan and Zhongyun Village.
- Cingshueiyan Scenic Area
- Cingshuei Temple
- Fengbitou Archaeological Site
- Fongshan Reservoir
- Former Dinglinzihbian Police Station
- Fude Temple
- Huang Family Historical Residence
- Huang Fong-an Drugstore
- Linyuan Cingshueiyan Former Japanese Military Tunnel
- Linyuan Ocean Wetland Park
- Lingyuan Old Street
- Old Police Department
- Shuangyuan Bridge
- Sinji Temple
- Yamu Duke Temple
- Yishihyuan Herb Garden
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