Coastal landscape in Annan District
Annan District in Tainan City
|• Total||107 km2 (41 sq mi)|
|• Density||1,800/km2 (4,700/sq mi)|
After the handover of Taiwan from Japan to the Republic of China in 1945, Anshun was organized as a rural township of Tainan County. In 1946, the township was incorporated into Tainan City and became Annan District.
The district consists of Tunghe, Anshun, Wennan, Zhounan, Zhoubei, Antung, Anx, Dingan, Anqing, Xinshun, Yuandian, Zongtou, Zhangan, Gongqin, Haitung, Haixi, Hainan, Xixin, Gongwen, Yuantung, Yuanxi, Diantung, Dianxi, Yantian, Nanxing, Xuetung, Chengtung, Chengbei, Chengzhong, Chengnan, Chengxi, Jingcao, Shalun, Xiangong, Luer, Sicao, Anhe, Xibei, Xiding, Xiqi, Haidian, Xingfu, Fenghuang, Meihua, Lixiang, Xitung, Yuanzhong, Budai, Guoan, Anfu and Daan Village.
- Luerhmen History and Culture Museum
- National Museum of Taiwan History
- Sicao Fortress
- Southwest Coast National Scenic Area
- Taijiang National Park
- Taikang Cultural Center
- "無效連結 - 臺南市政府全球資訊網". www.tainan.gov.tw.
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