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Ancient Chinese Temple Tower of Heaven with Traditional Pagoda Tower Featured West Lake Cultural Landscape of Hangzhou Print

Ancient Chinese Temple Tower of Heaven with Traditional Pagoda Tower

07/19/2016: Nantou, Taiwan: Ci En Pagoda was built by the late President Chiang Kai-shek in memory of his mother. It was completed in April 1971 and sits on the 954 meter-high Shabalan Mountain. The pagoda is 46 meters tall, bringing its top to an even 1, 000 meters above sea level. It has an imposing traditional Chinese style and is divided into nine stories. Visitors can climb to the top, where they have a magnificent view of the lake and the surrounding mountains

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Scenic view of the Broken Bridges on the West Lake, Hangzhou Featured West Lake Cultural Landscape of Hangzhou Print

Scenic view of the Broken Bridges on the West Lake, Hangzhou

The Broken Bridge lies at the eastern end of the Bai Causeway, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China. According to the historical records in the Ming Dynasty, the place was so named because the White Causeway from the Solitary Hill was cut off here. The Broken Bridge is the most famous bridge at the West Lake. The Broken Bridge is seen in the folktale of Madam White Snake, where the touching and sad love story of Lady White and Xu Xian begins when they meet at the Broken Bridge and borrow the umbrella as their love-promise. In addition, the view of 'malting snow at broken bridge' is also one of the famous 'Ten Scenes of the West Lake'

Pavilion in Maojiabu Village by West Lake, Hangzhou, China Featured West Lake Cultural Landscape of Hangzhou Print

Pavilion in Maojiabu Village by West Lake, Hangzhou, China

Maojiabu village is located in the west of the West Lake.Maojiabu scenic areas rich in architectural forms, mostly built near the water, can be summarized into three types: the wooden thatched kiosks, wood pavilion and green tiles houses. Although in various form, the overall style is simple, natural, harmony and integrated with wetland landscape