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Wuji Tianyuan Temple
Wuji Tianyuan Temple has just become a tourist attraction in northern Taiwan over the recent years due to the romantic and heavenly sight of cheery blossoms dancing in the wind in February and March. It is said that these cherry trees were planted by a hundred volunteer workers in 1970.
The nearly 300 year old temple, often called Xinzhuang Matzu Temple, is the oldest in the district and a third-grade historic site. According to Taiwan Tongshi, a book about Taiwanese history, it began as a tiny temple but later became a religious center as local development accelerated and the site was expanded for the worship of Mazu.