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Tengwang Pavilion, Nanchang

Categories: Architectural Buildings, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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3.1/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web
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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  • 我是南昌的,第一次去还是读书的时候呢,去那坐车也很方面,我想南昌人都去过吧,进去的门票也不是很贵,里面看的东西还蛮多的 
  • We really enjoyed our day at the Pavilion, our adoption guide was well versed in the history and so we felt like we had a private tour. It was great to learn the history of not only the Pavilion but t...  read more »
  • 落霞与孤鹜齐飞,秋水共长天一色。描写的就是滕王阁的美景。不过,由于周边高楼大厦的兴起,稍稍影响了不少韵味。登高望远,顶上可以看到摩天轮和赣江江景。比较适合喜欢古建筑和历史的人来观看。慢慢走慢慢看,门票也不贵。 
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