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Guishan District ( Chinese: 龜山區; pinyin: ) is a rural Guīshān Qū district in northeastern Taoyuan City, Taiwan.
History [ edit ]
Guishan was formerly known as
Kulunsia ( Chinese: 龜崙社; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: ). The name originated from a hill by the Ku-lun-siā Mercy Buddha Temple of Shou Shan Rock, built in 7th year of the Qianlong Period of the Qing Dynasty. The  Plains Aborigines and Ketagalan tribes were located here.
From 1920 to 1945,
Kameyama Village ( was under Tōen District, 龜山庄) Shinchiku Prefecture.
In 1950, it was renamed to
Guishan. On 25 December 2014, it was upgraded into a district called Guishan District. 
Geography [ edit ]
Administrative divisions [ edit ]
Jingzhong, Liuguang, Zhongxing, Xinxing, Xinlu, Guishan, Datong, Shanding, Shande, Shanfu, Xingfu, Longshou, Longhua, Huilong, Lingding, Xinling, Tukeng, Fuyuan, Jiulu, Dakeng, Fengshu, Leshan, Zhanggeng, Gongxi, Dagang, Dahu, Dahua, Wenhua, Nanshang and Nanmei Village.
Government and infrastructure [ edit ]
Ministry of Justice operates Taipei Prison in Guishan. 
Education [ edit ]
Infrastructure [ edit ]
Tourist attractions [ edit ]
Transportation [ edit ]
Taipei Metro [ edit ]
Taoyuan Airport MRT [ edit ]
Taiwan Railways Administration [ edit ]
See also [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
External links [ edit ]
Coordinates: 24°59′42.02″N 121°20′17.14″E / 24.9950056°N 121.3380944°E
^ "Administrative Districts". 高雄市政府. 30 September 2016 . Retrieved . 4 April 2017