Standing west of Nanchang, on the banks of the Ganjiang River, Tengwang Tower is among the three most famous towers south of the Changjiang River, along with Crane and Yueyang in Wuhan and Yueyang. Built in 653 in the Tang Dynasty, it was burnt down in 1926 and rebuilt in 1989.
The Song-style Tengwang Tower has a floor space of 130,000 square meters and measures 57.5 meters in height. The roofs are double caved, and the beams and columns are colorfully painted.
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