2023-12-10 22:04:12 source: Tide News
On December 6, Hangzhou greeted a day of clear, sunny weather, highlighting the autumnal beauty of Yuelun Mountain along the Qiantang River. Amidst this picturesque setting, the historic Liuhe Pagoda stood proudly, fully immersed in the vibrant hues of fall.
Liuhe Pagoda, an architectural marvel with a rich history dating back to 970 AD during the Song Dynasty, remains a prominent landmark in Hangzhou. Standing at a height of 59.89 meters, the pagoda features a unique construction: its core is built of brick and stone, comprising seven internal stories, while the external wooden structure is designed in a pavilion style with thirteen levels on eight sides.
Source: Tide News
Editor: Xu Yuying