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Small Wild Goose Pagoda Xian

  • It is situated in the neighborhood of Xian, roughly two kilometers away from wall of the City. Spread over a big area, it primarily consists of the old Jianfu Temple constructed in 684 A.D as well as the Xian Art gallery. On June 22, 2014 it was included in the World Heritage List. The beautiful area has turned into an amazing relaxation place for sightseeing, entertainment and the admiration of cultural relics.
  • In the central axis, there are the Mahavira Hall, the Sutra Depository, the Pagoda, the White-Clothing Pavilion and the Maitreya Pavilion. In the west the Xian Museum show over 2,000 valuable historical relics. Throughout the building complex, beautiful flowers, grass and Verdant trees can be found. Additionally, the museum has one man-made lake having two stone arch bridges and a big square.
  • The lovely area includes a guide system that provides an audio guide appliance to visitors. Whenever visitors come, the appliance will automatically provide a comprehensive description. In addition to the Chinese version, a version designed for kids as well as versions in other languages will be introduced by the museum.
  • The Small Wild Goose Pagoda was constructed in 707 A.D. Since it’s smaller and newer compared to the Big Wild Goose Pagoda it is called the Small Wild Goose Pagoda in order to differentiate between the two. In its look it is beautiful and elegant as against the Big Wild Goose Pagoda. It is a very significant cultural relic.
  • The Small Wild Goose Pagoda is 13 stories high reaching the height of 43.38 metres. It’s square at bottom and rises up in a stylish spindle shape. Upward from the bottom floor, the height of each floor decreases, making an attractive bend to the contour. Overlapping bricks make multi-eaves that bend inwardly. The bottom floor has curved doors facing south and north; the other floors have curved windows. The excellent paintings on the doors show the creative style existing during the Tang Dynasty. In the interior, a small wooden staircase completes its path to the top part of the pagoda.
  • The building of the pagoda is really a miracle. Since Xian is situated in a region in which earthquakes occasionally happen, the pagoda bottom is made of packed earth in the form of a hemisphere. In the event of an earthquake, the force can be equally distributed, for that reason the pagoda has stayed standing up after more than 70 earthquakes. After several earthquakes, just the pinnacle as well as the 2 upper floors have been affected. Amazingly, holes that appeared due to earthquakes have been filled by quakes which followed afterwards.