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The 228 Peace Memorial Park is a historic site located in Taipei.
Established in 1908, it was the first European-style urban park in Taiwan.
Taipei City is the capital of the Republic of China, commonly known as "Taiwan".
Taipei 101 is a landmark skyscraper and icon of modern Taiwan.
A large mall is located at the base of the tower.
The Taipei 101 tower is comprised of 101 stories above ground and five underground.
Nikki with her parents, high up in the Taipei 101 tower.
Taipei 101 is now the world's 2nd tallest building and structure.
It features an Indoor Observatory (89th floor) and an Outdoor Observatory (91st floor).
Both offer 360-degree views and attract visitors from around the world.
A replica of the Statue of Liberty stands in front of Taipei 101.
The Taipei 101 Tower extending up into into the clouds.
The Presidential Office Building was was completed in March 1919.
Taipei is the political, economic, and cultural center of Taiwan.
Its people enjoy virtually full employment and low inflation.
Tourism is a small but significant component of the local economy.
Taiwan is now a creditor economy, holding one of the world's largest foreign exchange reserves.
The National Theater and National Concert Hall are twin performing arts venues.
This is the entryway arch of Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall
Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall stands at the east end of Liberty Square.
The square is flanked by the National Concert Hall on the north and the National Theater on the south.
The National Palace Museum has one of the world's largest collections of ancient Chinese artifacts.
It holds 677,687 artifacts, and rotates the artificts on display every 3 months.
This means 60,000 pieces can be viewed in a year, and it would take nearly 12 years to see them all.
This park was re-dedicated as 228 Peace Park in 1996 after reforms allowed discussion of the 228 Incident.
The 228 Monument at its centre is one of many memorials to the victims of this government crackdown.
The 228 Incident was an anti-government uprising in Taiwan that began on February 27, 1947.