Double-Heart of Stacked Stones


Double-Heart of Stacked Stones
The Twin-Heart Fish Trap.

The Double-heart of stacked stones or the Twin-Heart Fish Trap is a stone weir located on the north side of Cimei, an island in the Penghu archipelago to the west of Taiwan. It is a well-preserved ancient fish trap made by stacking stones to form a trap that resembles a flying heart.[1]

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