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The guards at Sun Yat Sen Memorial September 3, 2006

Posted by asianpixmen in Activities, Culture, Other Countries, People, Places, Taiwan.
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Every day at certain hours at least twice a day, the guards at the Sun Yat Sen Memorial in Taipei, Taiwan undergo an elaborate ritual of changing of the guards.

It is not unlike the ceremonial process by the royal guards at Buckingham Palace in London. Very interesting for tourists.

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1. Michael Turton - September 4, 2006

Is that Sun Yat Sen memorial, or the Martyrs Shrine?

2. asianpixmen - September 4, 2006

Michael, the Taiwanese guide told my friends and I that the place is the Sun Yat Sen Memorial. So I took his word for it.

I have seen your website. It has some great pictures. I know you are enjoying your stay in Taiwan.


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