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Memorial Stone Gates
One of the special buildings built for exaltation and record is Pan-Fang (memorial stone gate) there was a lot of memorial stone gate built in Tainan but only few examples were left. There are three important gates besides Pan-Kung Fang in Tainan.Built in 1777 by Chiang Yuan-Szu, Chish-Kuan Tin Fang is the largest memorial stone gate in Tainan. Listed as Grade III historical landmarks, the gate are situated in front of the Feng-Shen Miao. The venue where Ching Dynasty officials from the Chinese mainland landed is the location.
In order to glorify Lin Chao-Ying For His donation for the reconstruction of the Confician Temple, Cheng-Tao Chung-Wen Fang was built in 1815. For the widening of the road, it was moved to Chung-Shan Park.
Built in 1880, Hsiao-Shih Chieh-Hsiao Fang was established to honor Madame Hsaio's virtue and filial duty after the death of her husband. Cheng-Tao Chung-Wen Fang and Hsiao-Shih Chih-Hsiao Fang are both listed as Grade III historical landmark with noticeable detail and decorations that are delicate.