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Temple of the Five Concubines

Wu-Fei Miao (Temple of the Five Concubines), also called Wu-Fei Mu was listed as Grade I historical landmark and built in 1683 where the troops of Ching Dynasty entered Taiwan. Knowing their lord's decision, five concubines of Prince Ning-Ching Hanged themselves to express their virtue and fidelity because they decided to martyr for the collapsing dynasty. People build a small shrine, which expanded into a formal mortuary temple later to honor these ladies. The temple was rebuilt in 1927 and small in scale. The rear of the prince's household who joined the lord in his fatal vows, Yi-Ling Chun Tzu is located at the east side of the temple.

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