Six Harmonies Pagoda Reopens to Public in China's Hangzhou
Six Harmonies Pagoda in Hangzhou, capital city of east China's Zhejiang Province reopened to the public on Thursday after a year's renovation. Originally built in 970 and rebuilt in 1163, the pagoda is considered as one of the 30 scenes of famous West Lake in Hangzhou.
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