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Tianfeng Pagoda (Tian Feng Ta)
Tianfeng Pagoda (Tian Feng Ta) Review
Seven stories high, this ancient hexagonal structure was first built in AD 695, then destroyed and rebuilt several times over. The current building was completed in the 14th century and is surrounded by a tiny garden complete with gigantic rocks and several inviting stone benches. For a great view of the pagoda, walk directly across the street from the main entrance, enter the market, and walk up to the second floor. Continue climbing to the top for only Y5 and you'll be rewarded with panoramic cityscapes.
- Address: Near intersection of Jiefang Nanlu and Kaiming Jie, Ningbo, 315192
- Cost: Y5 to climb
- Hours: Daily 8:30–4:30
- Location: Ningbo
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