Lin Antai Historical Home
In the 19th Year of Chien Lung Period in Ching Dynasty (in 1754 Lin,Chin‐Ming also known as Lin Yao‐Kung), a native from An His City of Fukien Province, had led his families to sail across the Strait to Taiwan. First settled at Tamshui, then moved to Linkuo Chuang. Through trying very hard to be industrious and thrifty, he had finally bought some farming
Due to being
his fourth son
good at business also known as Lin,
had opened a "Jung shipping company and
Tai Shop" in
a grocery store
wealth, he had built a big house at where No.141 of house was completed in about the 48th to 50th Year of
Szuwei Rd. Chien Lung
lies now. The main building of this Period in Ching Dynas 1783~1785).
In the 2nd to 3rd Year of Tao Kuang Period in Ching Dynasty
the "Hu Long" in its both
sides had been finished one after another. In order to remember hometown and think of his origin, Lin, Hui‐kung had named his house as "An Tai", with "An" named after An Hsi City of Fukien Province
and "Tai" after "Jung Tai Shop". It has been one of the oldest house existed in Taipei City for now.
No.5, Binjiang St., Taipei
By MRT: Take MRT to Yuanshan Station, Zhongshan N Rd. and a 30-min walk.
Tue-Sat 09:00~21:00,Sun 09:00~17:00 Closed on Monday and National Holidays
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