Not many people visit the Yanqing Temple Tower, a thousand-year-old tower in the south of the Yangtze River. Fortunately, you can go to the second floor to visit the original thousand-year-old building. Now there are fewer and fewer ancient pagodas that can enter the tower.
The Yanqing Temple Pagoda in Songyang County is 2 kilometers away from the county seat. The ancient pagoda has a tilt of more than 2 degrees, also known as the Leaning Tower of China. This thousand-year-old pagoda is a brick tower with six sides and seven floors at 38.32 meters. In 1988, maintenance based on the preservation of the original structure was carried out, and it is now preserved in its original flavor.
The Yanqing Temple Pagoda was built in the Northern Song Dynasty and is the only Northern Song Dynasty relic in the south of the Yangtze River.
The bricks of the ancient pagoda have been in existence for thousands of years since the Song Dynasty. Although they have experienced the vicissitudes of life, they would rather not fall down!
One of the earliest tourist attractions in Songyang, you can still see it.
Yanqing Temple has been known as "the first tower of Zhejiang".