4/05/2010

Anaheim Ducks towel invades: Giant Wild Goose Pagoda



Submitted by: Larry J. (from Los Angeles, CA, USA)

Country: China
Province: Shaanxi
City: Xian
Location: Giant Wild Goose Pagoda [map]
Status since photo:

The Giant Wild Goose Pagoda is a Buddhist pagoda built in 652 during the Tang Dynasty, one of the strongest dynasties in Chinese history. It was originally 5 stories tall (it currently has 7 stories) before it was rebuilt in 704 during Empress Wu Zetian's rule and renovated during the Ming Dynasty. In front of the pagoda is a statue of Xuanzang, a monk who brought China and India together during the Tang Dynasty.
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