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Address: Bali Villa, Haidian District, Beijing 100036, China
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Exquisite Tower

The tower was built in 1576 AD (Ming Dynasty) to celebrate an Emperor's mother. The temple was so extravegant that a few famous ministers argued against its consturction... read more

Reviewed 5 March 2016
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Reviewed 5 March 2016

The tower was built in 1576 AD (Ming Dynasty) to celebrate an Emperor's mother. The temple was so extravegant that a few famous ministers argued against its consturction. However now the temple was long gone, leaving the Tower standing in a free park. The tower imitated an earlier one, the Tianning tower (Liao Dynasty, 1120 AD), with some minor differences.... More 

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