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Tang Tower

4.4/581 Reviews
"Ancient Pagoda"
Heze Top 10 in Can't Miss Attractions
M27***37
"The existing Tang Pagoda is an eight-sided four-door pavilion-style brick eaves, with coupon-topped Qiankun doors on the east, west, south, and north sides, and the other four sides are carved with brick windows. The top of the tower's ventricle and the top of the Buddhist altar are made up of layers of brick arch rings. The dougong is well-manufactured, layered inwardly, and the structure is rigorous, scattered and well-crafted. Even the top of the corridor in the tower is also made of brick arches. Although it has gone through wind and rain, it has been severely eroded, but its majestic and simple, it is still a scenic spot. The tower is surrounded by clear water. In the summer morning and dusk, thousands of clouds and swallows flew around the tower. The shadows of green trees and swallows and the towering ancient tower reflect each other in the clear water. And these legends cast a strong mystery over the Guanyin Temple tower. The Pagoda of Guanyin Temple in Yuncheng, Heze, Shandong is located in the pond inside the gate of Yuncheng County Cultural Relics Management Office. The pagoda was also called Tang pagoda because it was built in Guanyin Temple with 7 floors and was built in the second year of Tang Changxing. There are many beautiful legends and strange phenomena in the Tang Pagoda. Legend has it that a kind of magical swallow lives on the tower. Its swallow has only front claws but no hind toes, so it does not fly far. It does not move out, does not fall, does not fall, and glides out of the cave, which is very spectacular. Legend has it that because of his love for his homeland, Sun Bin turned into a cloud swallow after his death, flew back to his hometown and lingered around the ancient pagoda. Therefore, the wild tower cloud swallows do not move south in the severe winter. If they have enough, they will fall to the ground, but they will sag and die. At the turn of spring and summer, countless insects fly to the top of the tower. The objects Yan Pecks eat are beautiful, clean, and enthusiastic. They all come here to play."
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