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I love being able to experience ancient temples in China. They amazingly seem peaceful while at the same time being lively with tourists and adherents. The story of this one is well known, and it is cool to see the monument to the story. The...More
One of the better pagodas I have visited in China. The restored buddha and building was beautiful with spectacular timber work and gilded features is great. You can't climb the pagoda but the grounds are well maintained.
Close to the provincial museum, there's plenty to see at the Big Wild Goose Pagoda. It was built in 645 AD to house Buddhist manuscripts brought to Xi'an by a monk, Xuan Zhang, who had travelled along the Silk Road to India. Despite communist rule...More
Taking a break from work, I strolled down by the Pagoda and was not aware of the upcoming treat for that afternoon. As I approached the Pagoda, I started to hear music slowly and growing in volume. As I got closer the wate rworks started...More
We were astounded to learn of the various earthquakes that have affected this remarkable structure. Unfortunately it is now considerably shorter than it was originally but it is still very impressive. Make time to see the Giant Wild Goose Pagoda if you visit Xi'an.
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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.