The Confucius temple (Kǒngzǐ Miào, 孔子廟 in Chinese) lies near the Bao-An temple in the Datong district of Taipei. Originally built in 1879, it was demolished during the Japanese period and rebuilt in 1928. The temple consists of a richly decorated inner court surrounded by walls and a hall in its centre. Outside the walls temple visitors hang wooden tablets with prayers and wishes.

01 Yellow statues 02 Girl attaching a prayer tablet 03 Prayer tablets 04 Prayer tablets 05 Main hall
06 Inner court 07 Altar in the main hall 08 Bull horn roof 09 Dragon statue on roof
10 Roof decorations 11 Dragon statue on roof 12 Dragon statue on roof 13 Roof decorations 14 Dragon statue on roof
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