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Dujia Settlement Artefacts Museum (篤加聚落文物展覽館)





Dujia Settlement derives from the Qius’ family. So far, it is the most completely preserved single surname lineal settlement. Migration from China, ancestors settlemed and multiplied there to form a settlement. In fact, it is the miniature of early immigrants migrating to Tainan.

The milkfish used to be the major output of the settlement. Today, people culture pure female flathead grey mullets (to make mullet roes) with an area of over 250 hectare, outputting over 30% of Taiwan’s mullet roes.
As the first of the kind, the Dujia Settlement Artefacts Museum was established on December 19, 2004 and operated as a community museum to present the settlement’s cultural diversity.


TEL 06-7873772

Address 篤加里47–7號, Qigu Dist., Tainan City Taiwán, R.O.C

Category Local Gallery

Open Hours 文物館由篤加社區運作,平常不對外開放,如欲參訪可洽篤加社區活動中心06-7873772預約參觀

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