Guanshan Village, Kaohsiung
Guanshan Village (Chinese: 關山里), also called by the locals as Alikuan (Chinese: 阿里關; Taiwanese Romanization: Ah-lí-kuan) or Aliguan, is an indigenous Taivoan community located in Jiaxian District in Kaohsiung City, Taiwan. As driven by Chinese immigrants and Siraya, Taivoan people started to emigrate from Tainan to Kaohsiung in the early 18th century, and eventually founded the community in 1744. Alikuan was also an important battle field in Tapani incident in 1915.
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