Wenfeng Pagoda (Cultural Peak Pagoda) in Fenyang, Shanxi Province, was built at the end of the Ming Dynasty in the middle of the 17th century.
The structure is 84.93 metres tall and has 13 floors.
After a magnitude 6 earthquake in 1932, the pagoda began to tilt towards the east and, further owing to the collapsible nature of the yellow earth, the structure now leans eastward 1.82 metres.
COMMENTS FROM GOOGLE PLUS
Jul 29, 2016
Balminder Singh Bimbrah
Something really great built by an intelligent mind but it is Nature that will determine its life.
All Things Chinese
It is also our mind that creates and determines Nature. The relationship between the mind and Nature is a mutual correlation. 🙂
4 thoughts on “China’s Tallest Brick Pagoda Leaning to the East”
Illusion due to its temporal nature
Due to its temporal nature as well as its empty (i.e. non-existent) nature, just like all the things we see and we experience in our dreams.
Nature is an illusion, not the ultimate reality
You’re exactly right 🙂