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Qing Dynasty ceramics found in Keelung, Taiwan. Source: Focus Taiwan 20190511
Qing Dynasty ceramics found in Keelung, Taiwan. Source: Focus Taiwan 20190511
Qing Dynasty ceramics found in Keelung, Taiwan. Source: Focus Taiwan 20190511

via Focus Taiwan, 11 May 2019: A story from May about recent excavations in northern Taiwan, including one to locate a Spanish fort.

Multiple relics from different historical periods, including a Qing Dynasty blue and white porcelain medicine bottle, have been unearthed in Keelung during an excavation to find a city built by the Spaniards nearly 400 years ago.

The discovery was part of a joint project between Taiwanese and Spanish research teams which kicked off in early May at Heping Island in the northeastern Taiwanese city of Keelung.

It is aimed at locating a city named San Salvador constructed during Spain’s brief occupation of northern Taiwan from 1626-1642.

Source: Relics featuring Qing Dynasty china found in northern Taiwan | Focus Taiwan 11 May 2019

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