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The Pagoda is only a few minutes by foot north of Linggu Temple and offers vistas of the surrounding, including a perspective of one side of the Sun Yat-sen Mausoleum.
I reached the Temple by hopping onto a local shuttle (in the form of a...More
This is the fourth pagoda I saw but the first I climbed. Nine levels high isn't for the faint at heart. Each level has inscriptions of writings fro Sun Yat Sen or Chiang Kai Shek. The tower isn't connected to the Buddhist Monastery. It was...More
An octagonal building made of reinforced concrete, has nine levels and is more than 60 m tall. The roof is covered with green glazed tiles and the exterior was modeled after ancient styles. Each story is surrounded by a railed balcony. A spiral staircase circles...More
Linggu Pagoda, an octagonal Chinese style tower was built in 1931-33 (and not in 1929) in the memory of martyrs of Northern Expedition (1926-28). It has nine storeys with a height of 60.5 meters. A spiral staircase leads the visitor upto ninth level....More