The wooden pagoda temple, formerly known as the Longevity Temple, is an ancient brick and wood pagoda. The temples and pagodas were first built in the Northern Zhou Dynasty or earlier. They were rebuilt in Sui, Tang, Ming and Qing dynasties. According to the "Rebuilding the Monument of the Longevity Temple", "Sakyamuni Nirvana, cremation of Samadhi, Deshalizi 84,000 grains. King Ayu built a tower and put bottles in it, one for each grain. There are sixteen towers in Sinian China and one for Ganzhou wooden tower. Not Far East is the Great Buddha Temple. Great Buddha Temple was once the national Temple of Xixia, built by the emperor of Xixia for his mother. Adult tickets are 40, students and children are half-price. The whole building is highly symmetrical along the central axis, displaying the magnificence of the Royal temple. The temple is named for its wooden tire clay statue of a large Buddha lying in bed. The size of the Buddha is huge. One middle finger can lie flat on one person. Eight people can sit side by side on the ears. This shows how large the statue is. The transmission of the Buddha lies in the fact that from different angles, the state of the Buddha's eyes is different. Standing in front of the face, the Buddha's eyes are open, the Buddha's heels are closed, and the dynamic changes of the Buddha's eyes can be seen from head to foot. The Buddha statue is hollow with five stories high inside. People can walk in. There are stairs between the stories. In the past, the Buddha statue was filled with Buddhist sutras and treasures worshipped by different dynasties. In the exhibition hall, Buddha statues are exhibited in a scale-down process. This scenic spot strongly suggests inviting a tour guide to explain, which will greatly optimize the experience of the visit. Attention should be paid to the fact that the tour guide can't be invited after lunch break starts at 1:30 noon. Try to arrive before this time. In addition, in the evening, you can see the night scene of the Grand Buddha Temple on the square at the entrance of the Grand Buddha Temple. It is magnificent and brilliant. If you live near it, you can take a look at it.
Located beside Jinzhangye International Building in Zhangye City, there are Jinta, wooden tower, water tower, fire tower and earth tower. For historical reasons, only wooden tower and Earth Tower exist now. The tower can overlook the downtown area of Zhangye, which has a special taste.
One of the landmark scenic buildings in the center of Zhangye City. Around the building of a large square, set off the grandeur of the wooden tower. The wooden pagoda was built in the Northern Zhou Dynasty. Unfortunately, the present pagoda was only rebuilt in the Republic of China, but it still has its historical and cultural value. Unfortunately, Zhangye itself has a unique five-element tower, now only the wooden tower and earth tower.
The wooden pagoda is located in the famous Longevity Temple in Zhangye City. The existing Zhangye wooden pagoda is a nine-level brick-wood structure with a height of 33 meters, which symbolizes the nine-fold meaning. The first and second floors of the wooden tower are four sides and four corners, and the three floors or more become eight sides and eight corners at each level. The tower body gradually shrinks upwards.
Muta Temple, formerly known as Longevity Temple, is located in Nanfu Street, Zhangye City, Gansu Province. It was originally located in the campus of Zhangye Middle School and is now the ancient pagoda square. The temples and pagodas were first built in the Northern Zhou Dynasty or earlier, and were rebuilt in Sui, Tang, Ming and Qing dynasties.
Time is rich, the taxi pulled me around to Zhangye City. Drum Tower, Xilai Temple, Wooden Pagoda, Great Buddhist Temple, pass by the door, just come. It seems that there are no temples in the wooden pagoda. It is a pity that the buildings beside the pagoda are said to be the Tibetan Sutra Tower and the only buildings left in the temple.
It's worth visiting. The beautiful environment and charming scenery make it a good place for home tourism.
Just beside Zhangye Central Plaza, there are nine floors, which were rebuilt at the beginning of last century. The main structure is brick and the subsidiaries are all wood. You can visit the tower free of charge (25 yuan upstairs). Originally belonging to the Longevity Temple, now only the wooden pagoda and the Tibetan Sutra Pavilion are left.
The construction of the wooden pagoda temple is very old. The buildings inside are slightly old and have ancient colors. There is a person who wrote on the pillar wishing himself success in the middle school entrance exam, scribbled and scribbled, inside the arch structure is still very delicate worth seeing.