|Geographic Center of Taiwan|
The first Geographic Center of Taiwan monument was constructed at the base of Mount Hutou in the 1970s. Following improved surveying, another monument was built later on, on the peak of the mountain. The peak monument was built on the former site of the Yoshitaka Shrine erected by the Japanese during their occupation of Taiwan.
The base monument features an inscription by former President Chiang Ching-kuo. There are concentric steel rings on top of the monument pole, forming the basis of Puli Township logo.
The peak monument was built in an aboriginal style, using columns with flare tops.
- "The Geographic Center of Taiwan 台灣地理中心". Spectral Codex. Oct 30, 2015.