National Heritage Site – the Jhuzihmen Hydro Plant
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The Jhuzimen Hydro Plant , officially named the “Kaohsiung -Pingtung Power Plant Jhuzihmen Sub-Plant”, was constructed to provide power for southern Taiwan in the Japanese Colonial Era (1908). The decision to house the plant inside a three-story imitation Baroque building meant that the power plant lacks a cold operating style, but it has gained a classical mildness. This is Taiwan's first “industrial heritage site”, and was declared a national heritage site in 2003. Guided tours can be arranged on working days, allowing visitors to appreciate the architectural and environmental beauty of this century-old power plant, and understand hydropower in person- the Hydro Plant has deep educational meaning.
Opening Hours: Weekdays 08:00-16:30
Address: No.20, Jhumen, Meinong Dist., Kaohsiung City Taiwán, R.O.C
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