Ping Ling Leisure Farm
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Tamsui’s Chongjian Street
The Tamsui Old Street you visit is not the real Tamsui old street! When visitors come to Tamsui, they would always want to walk around the Old Street. But Zhongzheng Road that is always filled with tourists now is actually not the Tamsui Old Street from the earliest days – the real Old Street is Chongjian Street that is one block away! One can see that the crowd thins out as one walks from Zhongzheng Road to Chongjian Street, but this Chongjian Street that most tourists are not familiar with has been developed as early as more than two centuries ago and is Tamsui’s first business street. Constructed following the terrain of the mountain, the street has become a new cultural and creative attraction after its transformation. At the street, tourists will see classic old mansions meet mischievous wall paintings, and it also offers Taiwan’s only stair market that operates from time to time.
The Presbyterian Church" was built in 1997, and its exterior design adopted the Gothic style while the interior is mainly designed with traditional elements. It has a total of 10 stories, three underground floors, four floors and a three-story roof. In order to highlight the Christian doctrine style on the architectural aspect, there is a repeated use of the pointy-arched shape that symbolizes "humbly praying hands." Including the main body, windows and gates, all details are created in unique styles. In particular, Taiwan's second largest, 32 feet pipe organ is found in the church (it's second to the one installed at the National Concert Hall). It was Taiwan's first 32 feet pipe organ, which was handmade by the Netherland's largest pipe organ manufacturer - PELS & VAN LEEUWEN. Both the pipe organ and the church are the signatures items of the Aletheia University campus.