Double-Heart of Stacked Stones

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Coordinates: 23°13′13″N 119°26′49″E / 23.220223°N 119.446980°E / 23.220223; 119.446980

Double-Heart of Stacked Stones
七美雙心石滬
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LocationQimei, Penghu, Taiwan
Offshore water bodiesTaiwan Strait
GeologyRock

The Double-heart of Stacked Stones (Chinese: 七美雙心石滬; pinyin: Qīměi Shuāng Xīn Shí Hù) or the Twin-Heart Fish Trap is a stone fishing weir located on the north side of Qimei Township, Penghu County, Taiwan. It is a well-preserved ancient fish trap made by stacking stones to form a trap that resembles a flying heart.[1][2]

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  1. ^ "A Passage to Penghu". Taipei Times. 7 October 2004. Retrieved 2008-02-15.
  2. ^ Spencer, David (1 December 2017). "Taiwan's Top 10 man-made marvels". Taiwan News. Retrieved 3 December 2017.