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Northern Taiwan

Northern Taiwan, as its name suggests, is the northmost region of Taiwan. It is the political and financial centre of Taiwan. It is also the country's main hub of technological development.

Taipei is the national capital of the Republic of China, otherwise known as Taiwan.

New Taipei, while officially a city, is more like a region surrounding the cities of Taipei and Keelung in Northern Taiwan.

Hsinchu is a city in the north-western part of Taiwan. With a history of almost 400 years, Hsinchu is the oldest city in northern Taiwan.

Taoyuan County is a county located in Northern Taiwan, adjacent to Taipei County in the north and Hsinchu County in the south.

Jinguashi is located in the Rueifang Township of Taipei County, the area became famous for its goldmines.

This article is about Hsinchu County, for the city of the same name see Hsinchu City Hsinchu County is in the north of Taiwan.

Keelung, also spelled Chilung, is a port city in the north of Taiwan, near the capital, Taipei.

Yangmingshan National Park; Yáng Míng Shān Guójiā Gōngyuán) is a collection of peaks in Taiwan, located to the northeast of Taipei.

Wulai is a small town in Taipei County, Taiwan, famous for its hot springs and aboriginal culture.

Jiufen, historically spelled Chiufen and alternately spelled Jioufen, is a small town in Northern Taiwan.

Xindian, also known by its historical spelling Hsintien and alternative spelling Sindian, is a district south of Taipei where the apartment complexes of the Taipei metropolitan area meet the northern end of the Central Mountain Range.

Tamsui is a smaller city to the north of Taipei that was the center of shipping and commerce in northern Taiwan in the 19th century.

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