Wufeng District

Coordinates: 24°4′N 120°42′E / 24.067°N 120.700°E / 24.067; 120.700

Wufeng District in Taichung City
Wufeng District
Wufeng District Office
The Service Center in Central and Southern Taiwan of Legislative Yuan; it was Taiwan Provincial Council.

Wufeng District (Chinese: 霧峰區; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Bū-hong-khu) is a suburban district in southern Taichung, Taiwan. It was the location of Taiwan Provincial Consultative Council before 1999.

Wufeng is a mainly agricultural town. It was heavily damaged by the Jiji earthquake on September 21, 1999, which caused around 100 deaths in the town. The 921 Earthquake Museum of Taiwan, which commemorates the giant quake, is built at what was formerly Guangfu Junior High School, which was destroyed when part of the school was uplifted by the Chelungpu Fault during the quake.

The two major geographical features of this town are the Wu Xi (Wu Stream), which forms the town's southern border, and Xiangbi Shan (Elephant Trunk Mountain), which lies in the eastern part of the township.


Formerly called Atabu (Chinese: 阿罩霧; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: A-tà-bū).[1]

Administrative divisions

Tonglin Village, Jifeng Village, Jiayin Village, Benxiang Village, Zhongzheng Village, Jinrong Village, Laiyuan Village, Bentang Village, Beiliu Village, Nanliu Village, Side Village, Wufu Village, Dingtai Village, Beishi Village, Nanshi Village, Wanfeng Village, Jiuzheng Village, Kengkou Village, Fenggu Village, Liugu Village.



Government institutions

Tourist attractions


See also

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