Tamsui Culture Park(Shell Story House)
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Tamsui Culture Park(Shell Story House)

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In 1878, the founders of the Shell Transportation of Trading Company, the Samuel brothers Marcus and Samuel, set up offices in London and Japan. They built a friendly relationship with the British trading companies. They imported petroleum for sale in the Far East and built oil tanks at all major locations.

External link : http://en.culture.ntpc.gov.tw/web/SG?pageID=35949

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