Hangzhou's Historic Six Harmonies Pagoda
Six Harmonies Pagoda was first erected in the Third Year in the Kaibao Reign of the Northern Song Dynasty (970 AD) but destroyed in the Fang La’s Uprising in 1121. It was rebuilt in 1163 with the current eaves reconstructed during the reign of Emperor Guangxu (1871-1908). It is a typical pavilion-type brick pagoda of ancient China and the most important Song’s architecture in Hangzhou.
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