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Ancient Ming Tombs

In Taiwanese culture, to memorialize ancestors is a important tradition. But many early immigrants of the Ming Dynasty were buried Tombs built during the Ming dynasty were relocated on Mainland China when the Ching Court took over Taiwan so that the memory of the people of the passed dynasty would fade.

Built in 1642, Tseng Chen-Yang Mu is one of the earliest examples in Taiwan. The buried place of the concubines of Koxinga is Fan-Fu Tsen Tsai Erh Chi Mu (Tomb of two Concubines of Ming Dynasty).

The buried place for Koxinga's fourth and tenth sons is Fan-Fu Erh Cheng Kung Tzu Mu. The three tombs are small and rebuilt after World War II.

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