Fangyuan Museum of Arts

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Coordinates: 23°11′57″N 120°09′26″E / 23.19917°N 120.15722°E / 23.19917; 120.15722

Fangyuan Museum of Arts
Fangyuan museum front-1.JPG
General information
Type Museum
Location Jiangjun, Tainan, Taiwan
Opening 24 November 2008
Wall around the Fangyuan Museum of Arts.

The Fangyuan Museum of Arts (Chinese: 方圓美術館; pinyin: Fāngyuán Měishùguǎn) is a museum in Jiangjun District, Tainan, Taiwan.[1]


The museum building was originally constructed in 1944 as the Suisheng Clinic of Huang Ching-wu, the former head of township in the area. In 2008, the building was purchased by an entrepreneur Lin Chen-feng. He then rebuilt it to be a museum of fine arts.[2]


The building is a mixture of Taiwanese and Western architectural styles featuring the 4-section compound with corridors and arched winding cloisters.


The museums displays pottery and porcelain which are commonly used in the early days of Taiwan.

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  1. ^ "方圓美術館". Taiwan: Tainan City Government Tourism Bureau. Retrieved 21 January 2014.  External link in |publisher= (help)
  2. ^