Shuangta Temple

Shuangta Temple, also known as Yongzuo Temple, is a temple with two 53 meter tall pagodas standing inside. The Shuangta Temple contains a rare collection of steles that were written by famous ancient Chinese calligraphers from different dynasties. The Shuangta Temple was built in 1608, during the Ming Dynasty, by Emperor Wanli. There are 13 stories inside each of the pagodas, which are made entirely from stone and brick. The towers are built in the shape of an octagon and visitors can climb to the top of the pagodas to look at the view to the outside.
Spring is the best time to visit the Shuangta Temple, when all of the plants are in full bloom and the flowers create more elegant scenery for the Shuangta Temple. This Shuangta Temple consists of two Ming Dynasty pagodas, They are uniquely designed to imitate ancient Chinese pagoda structures. Here's some guide information in your travel of Shuangta Temple: Location: South of Hao Village,Taiyuan City, Shanxi Province.  Admission Fee: CNY10/Person  Opening Hours: 08:00-17:00  Contact number: 0086-0351-4395584 

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