Daxi, also known as Dasi, is a district of the city of Taoyuan in the northwest of Taiwan. The city is located in the Dahan valley about 30 km southwest of Taipei. Its center is located on a terrace above the eastern right bank of the river.
To the east and south, the district reaches as far as the wooded foothills of the Xueshan Mountain range, reaching heights of up to 667 meters. The Chiang Kai-Shek Mausoleum is located at Lake Cihu.
The valley of the Dahan was originally settled by members of the Atayal and Ketagalan who called the place Takoham. In the 19th century, Daxi developed into a major trading place from which mainly agricultural products were shipped from the surrounding area to Taipei and Tamsui.
Vor dem Puji Tempel – Infront the Puji Temple, Taoyuan, Taiwan
Dachdekoration des Zhenfu Tempels – Roof decoration of the Zhenfu Temple, Taoyuan, Taiwan
In der alten Heping Straße – In the Heping Old Street, Taoyuan, Taiwan
Auf die Cikang Brücke – Up the Cikang Bridge, Taoyuan, Taiwan
In der Cikang Fußbrücke – In the Cikang Footbridge, Taoyuan, Taiwan
Gerahmte Moderne – Framed modernity, Taoyuan, Taiwan
Altes Gebäude Kensei Shoco – Kensei Shoco Old Building, Taoyuan, Taiwan
Alter Brunnen Xinnan – Xinann Old Well, Taoyuan, Taiwan
Tal des Dahan Fluss – Dahan River Valley, Taoyuan, Taiwan
Daxi Brücke – Daxi Bridge, Taoyuan, Taiwan
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