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Things to see in Huatan, Taiwan

Huatan (花山) is a small town in southern Taiwan with a long and colorful history. Huatan was originally known as "Mt. Longshan" because of its location on the eastern slope of Mt. Longshan. The town was renamed Huatan in 1937, after a local deity of the same name, in recognition of its importance as an agricultural center and transportation hub. Huatan has retained much of its old-world charm, with narrow streets lined with century-old buildings and countless temples dotting the landscape.

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