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Tengwang Pavilion, Nanchang

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Architectural Building Landmark
See an impressive and storied structure at Tengwang Pavilion, a tall and ornate building that stands as a landmark of the city. The history of the nine-floor pavilion goes all the way back to 653 CE, when it served as the townhouse of the local governor, Li Yuanying. Destroyed and rebuilt 29 times over the years, and serving many different functions, the pavilion displays attractively decorated interiors and includes a central theater area that stages performances of traditional music. The current building stays true to the Song dynasty style, and was built in 1989 under the instruction of esteemed Chinese architect Liang Sicheng. Use our Nanchang vacation generator to visit Tengwang Pavilion on your trip to Nanchang, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • This is a nice, cultural place to visit in Nanchang. It is also, in my opinion, the best place to get pictures of the Honggutan skyline. The higher you go, the cooler the view. You can visit in about ...  more »
  • Very nice looking and interesting history, I recommend you to visit here if you are at Nanchang . Its from the Tang Dynasty and still remains with all good figures...  more »
  • We really enjoyed visiting the Tengwang Pavilion with our almost 13 year old daughter who's birthplace is Nanchang. Our last visit was 10 years ago when we adopted her. I couldn't believe how much Nan...  more »