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Mo'er Pagoda

30 Km Northeast Of The City, Kashi 844000, China
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Quiet and beautiful. It's not a common tourist spot where there are ticket stall, toilet, info... read more

Reviewed 28 August 2017
Pei-Pei H
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Taoyuan, Taiwan
Mor Pagoda

It is located in Bashkiram Village which is about 35 KM from Kashgar City. Mor Pagoda, built in the... read more

Reviewed 31 October 2016
elvisablimit
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Kashi, China
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27 Aug 2017
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31 Oct 2016
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30 Km Northeast Of The City, Kashi 844000, China
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Reviewed 28 August 2017

Quiet and beautiful. It's not a common tourist spot where there are ticket stall, toilet, info board. There are just two ancient pagodas standing in the middle of the dessert. When strolling in the area you can witness the walls and bricks crumbling into sands....More

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Reviewed 31 October 2016

It is located in Bashkiram Village which is about 35 KM from Kashgar City. Mor Pagoda, built in the Tang dynasty with a history of more than 1,000 years, is a large stupa for worshipping Buddha. It is a 12-meter-high oval shape earthen pagoda, hollowed...More

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Reviewed 11 October 2016

The photograph on this page is erroneous- this is not the Mo'er Pagoda ruins. This was a Buddhist shrine built during the Tang Dynasty in the 7th century, and subsequently wrecked, by parties unknown- perhaps Muslims?- in the 12th Century. It's a good short excursion...More

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Reviewed 3 July 2012

It's a little bit far away from Kashgar and there is no public transport. I went there by bicycle, and it took me a bout 2 hours. It's half ruined, but the shape remains. it's asaid to be the only Buddhism building in this area.

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