I've been sending a lot of officials to Taiwan but i've also been receiving quite a few cards from there. The 3rd of these cards, was the 1st official received in 2013.
TW-729056, sent by Pei.
On this cards there's the silhouettes of photographers taking pictures of Taipei at Elephant Mountain, which is famous for the night scenery of Taipei city.
Dongyong Lighthouse stands on the flank of Shiwei Mountain. Locals call it “Dongyin villa.” It was designated a third-grade national historic site in 1988, making it the northernmost historic site on Taiwan’s territory. The lighthouse was completed in 1877; it, and its accompanying building, are in 18th-century English architectural style. (It was designed by an English engineer.) On the cliff below the lighthouse are two fog cannon; but now, a single foghorn fulfills their function of helping ships navigate. The white lighthouse stands atop a cliff facing the East Sea, forming a strong contrast to the deep-blue sea below the cliff. - in: http://www.matsu-nsa.gov.tw/user/Attraction-Content.aspx?a=91&l=2&forward=1
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TW-761517, sent by Szu-Chia.
The National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall is a famous monument, landmark and tourist attraction erected in memory of Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek, former President of the Republic of China. It is located in Taipei, Republic of China (ROC).
The monument, surrounded by a park, stands at the east end of Memorial Hall Square.
After President Chiang Kai-shek died on 5 April 1975, the Executive branch of the government established a Funeral Committee to build a memorial. The design, by architect Yang Cho-cheng, was chosen in a competition. Yang's design incorporated many elements of traditional Chinese architecture recalling the Sun Yat-sen Mausoleum in Nanjing, China. Groundbreaking for the memorial took place on 31 October 1976, the 90th anniversary of Chiang's birth. The hall officially opened on 5 April 1980, the fifth anniversary of the leader's death. - in: wikipedia
Nice autumn view somewhere in a Taiwan's mountain.