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Quite different from what you expect from a pagoda but the fact that it is stone means it has survived the centuries whereas a wooden one would have been burnt long ago. Very interesting story behind its formation and construction.
...if your up to the exercise, the climb is worth the views and experience. 7 stories high.
Built in 652, renovated a few times over the years.
Fee to enter and climb up: 50 RBM/$7.25 USD
Fee to enter Da Ci'en Temple: 40 RMB/$6.75
look at the construction, and remember how long ago all this was built. ah, the power of religion. what a dedicated group of monks. view the leaning tower, admire the craftsmanship, appreciate the dedication, and take the time to watch people watching people, watching people....More
If you are into history and/or Buddhism then you should not miss this. You are not able to go into the main structure for safety reasons.
It is not a large area and no where near a many people as there have been at other...More
It's seven stories tall with steep, narrow stairs, but we made it by going slowly. If you see any Tibetan monks, stop and get out of the way! Those guys are big! Great views and a good way to orient yourself to the city.
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Sorry I have been away from home, with no Wi-Fi so I only saw the question now. Regretfully I'm not sure where the Dynasty Art Museum is as I was taken to the places by a guide and driver from Dragon Tours. They were very... More
Sorry I have been away from home, with no Wi-Fi so I only saw the question now. Regretfully I'm not sure where the Dynasty Art Museum is as I was taken to the places by a guide and driver from Dragon Tours. They were very good and I'm sure they can answer you if you Google them.