Dulan Site

Coordinates: 22°53′06.3″N 121°13′09.4″E / 22.885083°N 121.219278°E / 22.885083; 121.219278
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Dulan Site
Dulan Site is located in Taitung County
Dulan Site
Dulan Site
Shown within Taitung County
LocationDonghe, Taitung County, Taiwan
Coordinates22°53′06.3″N 121°13′09.4″E / 22.885083°N 121.219278°E / 22.885083; 121.219278
Typearchaeological site

The Dulan Site (traditional Chinese: 都蘭遺址; simplified Chinese: 都兰遗址; pinyin: Dōulán Yízhǐ) is an archaeological site in Dulan Village, Donghe Township, Taitung County, Taiwan.


During the Japanese rule of Taiwan, a rectangular stony coffin was excavated in the area. Following the investigation by Academia Sinica, it led to the discovery of a giant stone piles. The site and objects date back to 3,000 years ago. It is now considered a cultural heritage and third grade historical site.[1]


The area is divided into two areas, which are stony coffin area and stony wall area. Footpaths and explanatory signs are available within the vicinity.

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  1. ^ "Dulan Site". Taitung, Taiwan's Treasure. Retrieved 25 October 2021.