|Location||Taitung City, Taitung County, Taiwan|
|Public access||Taitung Station|
Beinan Cultural Park (traditional Chinese: 卑南文化公園; simplified Chinese: 卑南文化公园; pinyin: Pēinán Wénhuà Gōngyuán) is an archeological site in Taitung City, Taitung County, Taiwan. The park is the site for the largest and most complete prehistoric settlement ever discovered in Taiwan, with over 10,000 m2 and more than 1,600 burial sites.
The earliest records of the prehistoric Beinan Site in Taitung City were made by Torii Ryūzō, an anthropologist in the early period of the Japanese rule. During his four visits to Taiwan for anthropological research, he took photos of the monolithic stone pillars at the site.
This historic settlement area was discovered during the construction work of the back part of Taitung Station in 1980 when graveyard containing several thousand slate coffins was unearthed, with some bodies still laid within. Around 20,000 pieces of jade, pottery and stone tools were also found. This had caught the attention of the government to carry out archeological work and build a national museum to preserve the artifacts.
The park consists of and archeological site for visitors and the nearby National Museum of Prehistory which was opened in 2002.
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