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Visitors Explore Rainbow Military Dependents' Village

TAICHUNG, TAIWAN - JULY 22: Tourists visit the Rainbow Military Dependents' Village on July 22, 2013 in Taichung in Taiwan. The village, one of more than 800 settlements built for retired Chinese soldiers after World war II, has become a distinctive tourist attraction after a retired soldier, Huang Yung-fu, painted hundreds of brightly coloured murals. (Photo by Lam Yik Fei/Getty Images)

Rainbow Military Dependents' Village

Rainbow Military Dependents' Village

in Taichung in Taiwan is one of many complexes built for retired Chinese soldiers after the Second World War. However, this neighbourhood has become a popular tourist attraction for its brightly coloured murals, painted by retired soldier Huang Yung-fu.