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Tamsui Itteki Memorial House

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After five years of dismantling, relocating and situating the building, the Drop of Water Memorial was eventually settled in Tamsui and on March 29, 2011. Its long-closed doors were finally opened to present its authentic character to the world.

External link : http://www.tamsui.ntpc.gov.tw/web66/_file/1303/upload/EN/html/index.html

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