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Mausoleum of Lord Ningjing, Ming Dynasty

    Mausoleum of Lord Ningjing, Ming Dynasty

    The organizational structure of Hunei District Office Kaohsiung City

    The Mausoleum of Lord Ningjing, Ming Dynasty is located in Hunei Li; it is a class three historic monument in the city as well as a demonstration point of hometown education.
    Lord Ningjing Jhu Shu-guei is the eight grandson of Ming Taizu Jhu Yuan-jhang, who arrived with the founding general of Taiwan Jheng Cheng-gong in Taiwan to rebel against the Cing Dynasty and recover the Ming Dynasty. He later committed suicide for his country. In order to remember his efforts in developing the Hunei and Lujhu region, local residents constructed the Mausoleum of Lord Ningjing, Ming Dynasty and Huashan Temple. The park flourishes with flora to form a peaceful environment; there are two towering century old banyan trees in the park, making them a well-known tourist attraction. 

     

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