Liuhe Pagoda, or the Pagoda of Six Harmonies, stands on Mt. Yuelun on the northern bank of the Qiantang River. Built in 970 of the Song Dynasty, the 13-story pagoda was rebuilt with bricks in 1153 of the Southern Song Dynasty. In 1961, the State Council put it on the list of the major relics under state protection.
The pagoda covers an area of 900 square meters and measures 59.89 meters high. One hundred and four bells were hung on the eaves of the pagoda. The top floor provides a panoramic view of the rough-and-tumble Qiantang River.
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