Liuhe Pagoda is located on Yuelun Hill along the Qiantang River, adjacent to the Qiantang River Bridge. Liuhe Pagoda has been well-loved by literati since ancient times, serving as a place to read poetry and view the river; it has been repaired and altered during different dynasties. Inside the pagoda are engravings of flowers, birds, beasts, and immortals. From the top of the tower you can see that the rolling Qiantang River is all within view, as well as the city scenery that is on both sides of the river. The river wind blows through the iron bell and causes it to ring, a reminder of the ancient times.