Fire North Temple Pagoda, Beisi Ta China, Suzhou | News

Fire North Temple Pagoda, Beisi Ta China, Suzhou

Recently the tallest temple in Asia, which dates back to the Ming Dynasty, was devastated by flash floods and also build with beautiful wood at China.

It is very regrettable if any property has been damaged by fires, especially the heritage heritage that has existed since ancient times. A Chinese source reported an unexpected incident that the tallest towers in China’s Asia were blamed on devastating fires.

The local government confirmed in a statement on Weibo that a pagoda and a prayer room at the Jiulong temple were burned down on Sunday, December 10, 2017.

A pagoda and a chapel at the Jiulong Temple are known locally in Mianzhu, Sichuan Province. Jiulong Temple is considered as the tallest peak in Asia. The pagoda was built during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644)
It was once devastated by an earthquake in 2008. It was also rebuilt after the incident, which was later broken down due to the fire.
we so sad to hear this news.






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