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TAIWAN – HERITAGE ON THE MOVE

By Matt Stone

The Taiwanese have mastered the art of relocating their heritage buildings, as a way of preserving them. In a heroic feat of engineering, the old Kaohsiung railway station building was moved more than 80 metres.

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Taiwan – Kaohsiung Railway station in the 1950s

Kaohsiung railway station in the 1950s. It was built by the Japanese in the 'Imperial Crown' style and completed in 1941. Image: facebook.com/khuricenter





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