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Big Wild Goose Pagoda

Big Wild Goose Pagoda

Big Wild Goose Pagoda is generally viewed as an emblem of ancient Xi’an. It is an art masterpiece of Buddhist building in Tang Dynasty, which lies in the Da Ci’en Temple in southern Xi’an. In China, there was a legend that Master Xuan Zang (main character in “Journey to the West”, one of the four Chinese literature classics) built this pagoda to store his Buddhist scriptures and relics, josses and Sanskrit scriptures taken from Serindia.

Big Wild Goose Pagoda is a typical building of Tang Dynasty, with black bricks and timber structures. It is about 64 meters high with 7 floors and each floor has arched doors on its four sides.

There is a music fountain which attracts lots of tourists in the northern square of Big Wild Goose Pagoda.