Fo Xiang Ge, translated in English could be "Cloud-Dispelling Hall". Built in Qing Dynasty (1644–1911). It's the centre point of of Longevity Hill. The tower is built on a 20-meter-tall stone base, is 41 meters high with three stories and supported by eight ironwood (lignumvitae) pillars.
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kato (11148) 2012-04-18 21:17
You're capturing well this old architecture by a good composition and excellent tone/clarity, so it's interesting and impressive to see the tower with unique shape standing on the hill. It's impressive in gorgeous door at left side, too. The whole is harmonized and managed well by a good sense.