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Sanzhi District

Sanzhi District
三芝區
District
Beach in Sanzhi
Beach in Sanzhi
Location of Sanzhi in New Taipei City
Location of Sanzhi in New Taipei City
Sanzhi District is located in Taiwan
Sanzhi District
Sanzhi District
Location of Sanzhi in Taiwan
Coordinates:
Country  Republic of China
Region Northern Taiwan
Special municipality New Taipei City (新北市)
Government
 • District Chief Shi De-yang (施得仰)
Area
 • Total 65.9968 km2 (25.4815 sq mi)
Population (January 2014)
 • Total 23,459
Time zone CST (UTC+8)
Postal code 252
Area code(s) 02
Website http://www.sanzhi.ntpc.gov.tw
Sanzhi District
Chinese 三芝區

Sanzhi District (Chinese: 三芝區; pinyin: Sānzhī Qū) is a rural district in the northern part of New Taipei City in northern Taiwan. It is notable as the hometown of the former president Lee Teng-hui.

History

During the period of Japanese rule, Sanzhi was called Sanshi village (三芝庄), and was governed under Tamsui district (淡水郡) of Taihoku Prefecture.

Education

Tourist attractions

Notable natives

Transportation

The main road route through Sanzhi is the Provincial Highway No. 2. There are also a number of county-level highways within the district.

See also

References

  1. ^ "江文也 (Jiang Wen-ye)" (in Chinese). Sanzhi District Government. 

External links

  • Government website
  • Abandoned San-Chih UFO Houses in Google Map
  • Abandoned San-Chih UFO Houses on Flickr
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