Longxiang Tower is located in Qingxiushan scenic spot, sightseeing car has this site, after getting off the main road need to walk up more than 100 meters, although it is asphalt road, but steep, good in the short distance. The tower, which was built by a local official in Nanning during the war of resistance, was dismantled and later rebuilt for fear of targeting Japanese aircraft. The tower is nine stories high, the tower can see the surrounding scenery, the Lijiang River and the city landscape are very shocking, it is worth the tower.
The Longxiang Tower is also called the Qingshan Tower. It is located at the foot of one of the Qingxiu Mountains in the Lijiang River. It was built in the Ming Wanli year. It is said that it is a fengshui tower, with a nine-story heavy brick structure in an eight corner. Next to it is a lush forest. In front is the flowing Nanning Mother River － Minjiang River. The dragon elephant tower can be 360 degree view of modern city and the beautiful scenery of Qingxiu Mountain.
Longxiang Tower is located in Qingxiushan scenic area, No. 6 Fengling South Road, Qingxiu District, Nanning City, is a landmark building in Qingxiushan scenic area. The dragon elephant tower was built in the Ming Dynasty, when the Anti-Japanese War was dismantled, now see later built, can climb the tower to the top, view barbarism good.
The dragon elephant tower is the symbol of Qingxiushan. Founded in the Ming Wanli era, the original tower has been destroyed, the current tower is brick-mixed structure, tower height of nine layers, in octagonal shape. The highest 51 meters, equivalent to 17 floors high.
Located on the top of Qingxiu Mountain, it was built during the Wanli period of the Ming Dynasty and was built by Xiao Yunju, a jinshi from Nanning who was the servant of the official department at that time. Taking the Buddhist scriptures "the water travels the dragon to be powerful, the land travels the image to be powerful" meaning, so it is named "dragon elephant tower". It is 204 meters above sea level, more than ten feet high, octagonal nine floors, double-edged brick structure.