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Tamsui is located in the northwest of Taipei. It was the largest port in the Ching Dynasty days. With its rich historical background, beautiful ocean and mountain scenery, there are now twenty-three  tourist attractions scattered all over Tamsui. This famous scenery and culture attracts approximately seven million visitors every year.
Other than enjoying visiting the famous tourist attractions, visitors may also taste special Taiwan delicacies in Tamsui. Moreover, fine coffee shops and seafood restaurants are located  along the riverbanks and allow visitors to have a wide range of food selections while in Tamsui.
   
Food Specialties
Along the Old Streets, visitors can enjoy sampling Tamsui's local specialties. Agei is a type of deep fried tofu that has been stuffed with flavored crystal noodles that are sealed with fish paste and covered with a mild sauce. “Iron eggs” are another type of local delicacy that is made by repeatedly cooking eggs in a mixture of spices and then air drying them afterwards. As a result, the eggs are dark brown with a unique, chewy texture. Tamsui is also well recognized for its fish balls that comprise of fish paste stuffed with meat and garlic and served in a light broth.
   
Fort San Domingo
Literally translated as “Red Hair Castle” from Chinese, this castle was constructed by the Dutch in 1641. The “red hair” part of the fortress’ moniker derives from the fact that the locals were fascinated by the Dutch invaders’ hair color. This castle first served as a fort for the Dutch, and then later as a consulate for the British in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The view from its many majestic turrets offer visitors a commanding view of where the mouth of the Tamsui River meets the sea.
   
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