Located in a sprawling basin surrounded on all sides by mountains, Pǔlǐ 埔里 is a town of approximately 82,000 in the geographic center of Taiwan. It is now the largest settlement in the foothills of the Central Mountain Range but wasn't formally a part of the Taiwanese polity until 1875.
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