The Little Wild Goose Pagoda is located in the Jianfu Temple near Nanshaomen, which is a very worthwhile place to visit. It is quiet and less crowded. It is very suitable for tours. The Little Wild Goose Pagoda was built during the reign of Jinglong in the Tang Dynasty for the translation of Buddhist sutras by Yijing, an eminent monk from India. When it was first built, it was fifteen stories, but now it is only thirteen stories because of many earthquakes. Mysteriously, the cracks in the tower body are about a foot wide from top to bottom after an earthquake. Decades later, another earthquake actually made the original crack "Shenhe". Then there were two more such phenomena. It is indeed a miracle that a brick tower, which has experienced more than 70 earthquakes, "three-in-one and three-in-one" does not collapse. Jianfu Temple also has one of the eight sceneries in Guanzhong "Yanta Morning Bell". Every morning in the Qing Dynasty, bells rang for tens of miles. The free Goose Pagoda system is free and free of charge. Tickets can be obtained with valid documents and tickets can be visited at the Xi'an Museum in the temple. There are many buses to Xiaoyan Pagoda. Get off at Nanshaomen Station. If you get off at Xiaoyan Pagoda Station, it's far away.
It's worth visiting. One of the few scenic spots of Huimin in Xi'an, the 100-year-old Sophora japonica, the mountain tiger and the little goose pagoda everywhere, especially the leather cinema at the entrance, is a relatively large courtyard, which contains quite literary and artistic things, such as tea, drinks, shadow plays, and sachets. Souvenirs are not planned to buy, they do not care. The price of the sour plum juice is the same as that of the old yogurt and Huimin Street. It's quite unexpected to see such a fresh place here. I visited it twice, visited it once when I went in, and sat down to have a rest and drink when I came out.
It is recorded that the Yanta Morning Bell is the only one among the eight sceneries with sound. Dancing Beauty Images in turn present the scene of the Zen Temple, the solemnity of the Buddha statues in the Buddha Hall, and the convergence of Buddha light, forming a huge lotus seat. Finally, the exterior of the Blue Stone Buddhist Pagoda rotates as if it tells us the boundless Buddhist Dharma. It forms a quiet Sanskrit singing together with the "sweeping the ground Zen" of the grey-clothed monks and the dancing of the goddesses, which shows the Buddhist state of Zen. The small goose pagoda is also a major landmark building in Xi'an. The morning bell of the wild goose pagoda actually refers to the Small Goose Pagoda in the Jianfu Temple in the south of the city of Xi'an, not the big goose pagoda. A large iron bell of more than 20,000 kilograms cast by Jin Mingchang in three years (1192 A.D.) is kept beside the tower. In the past, the iron bell was beaten every morning to announce the dawn. Bright and magnificent bells, far-shocked inside and outside the ancient city. Xiaoyan Pagoda is a Buddhist pagoda of the famous Buddhist temple in Tang Dynasty. Jianfu Temple was built in the first year of Tang Ruizhong's civilization, a hundred days after the death of Tang Gaozong Li, the imperial clan built it for him. Xiaoyan Pagoda was built in Jinglong period of Tang Dynasty. It is a 15-grade brick building with dense eaves and beautiful tower shape. It is an exquisite architectural art heritage of Tang Dynasty in China. There is a big iron bell cast in the Jin Dynasty in the Little Wild Goose Pagoda. The bell sounds clear and pleasant. It can be heard clearly 10 kilometers away. It is called "God Bell". The bell is 4.5 meters high and weighs 10 tons. It is inscribed with 16 auspicious words "Long Live the Emperor, Chenzo Qianqiu, Cathay, Min'an, Falun Changzhuan". It is said that if someone misses his or her relatives in the distance, as long as his or her name and whereabouts are written on a yellow note, the bell will transmit the feeling of missing to his or her relatives thousands of miles away. Therefore, "Yanta Morning Bell is known as one of the eight sceneries in Guanzhong. The Little Wild Goose Pagoda is located in the Jianfu Temple near Nanshaomen, which is a very worthwhile place to visit. It is quiet and less crowded. It is very suitable for tours. The Xiaoyan Pagoda is connected with the Xi'an Museum. In fact, it is the largest cultural relic of the Xi'an Museum. Free tickets are unavoidable. If you exchange tickets with your ID card, you must bear in mind that you must bring your ID card. The price of climbing the Xiaoyan Pagoda is 30 yuan. One of the other things that must be done in the Little Wild Goose Pagoda is to watch the shadow play. It rained heavily during the day's tour, but as always, it took money to ring the morning bell of the Yanta Pagoda. According to 3,6,9 bell rings, the price is different and the meaning is different. Many red cards of prayer are hanging beside the ancient clock. The Yanta Morning Bell is next to the Jianfu Temple. It is indeed a miracle that a brick tower, which has experienced more than 70 earthquakes, "three-in-one and three-in-one" does not collapse. You can't miss it if you like history and culture.
Although the restoration after the founding of the People's Republic of China has not yet restored the top of the tower, the beautiful curve of the tower is still amazing. The park is surrounded by modern high-rise buildings, but on the contrary, it sets off the solemn and simple atmosphere of the park itself. Access to the park is free, and towers need to be charged, which is a very reasonable good policy. The park is shaded with trees, a simple and solemn atmosphere and a clean environment. The Little Wild Goose Pagoda is located in the middle of the park. Although it has been repaired after the founding of the People's Republic, it can also clearly feel the erosion of the pagoda by the years. Walk around the tower and appreciate it from different angles. You will be deeply attracted by the beautiful curve of the tower and give out heartfelt admiration. This is a tower built 1,300 years ago. Its beautiful design and construction technology are still shining today. And compared with the surrounding modern buildings, you can more understand what is the beauty of architecture, what is the real beauty. There are many ancient stone tablets in the back of the park, some of which are still clearly visible, so that people can feel the long years. The park is worth visiting. It can not only walk easily, but also appreciate the beauty of outstanding architectural works. It can also recall the glory of the Tang Dynasty and experience the passage and inheritance of time.
Long ago, I knew that there were big goose pagodas and small goose pagodas in Xi'an, but I didn't see them with my own eyes. This time I'm going to visit the Little Wild Goose Pagoda. Compared with the crowds gathering in the front and back yard square of the Big Wild Goose Pagoda, the Little Wild Goose Pagoda seems particularly quiet. Because it is connected with the museum, you can see the exhibition of the museum and feel the purity of the temple. Especially when the number of people is small, walking in the temple, suddenly let the tension relax, not so impetuous and anxious, feel very comfortable. There is also a bell in the temple. If you are interested, you can knock it by yourself. It's fun.
Xiaoyan Pagoda is located in Jianfu Temple of Anrenfang, Chang'an City, Tang Dynasty, also known as "Jianfu Temple Pagoda". It was built in the reign of Jinglong in Tang Dynasty, and it is an important symbol of Chang'an City in Tang Dynasty. Xiaoyan Pagoda is a typical work of square eaves brick Pagoda in early China, with 15 stories, 13 stories, 43.4 meters high and beautiful pagoda shape. It is the artistic heritage of Buddhism in Tang Dynasty. Sexual architecture is one of the existing square brick towers with dense eaves in Tang Dynasty. Now the Xi'an Museum is located in Xiaoyan Pagoda.
The ancient bells in Xiaoyan Pagoda and Jianfu Temple Bell Tower are called "Yanta Morning Bell" which is one of the "Eight Sceneries in Guanzhong". They are part of Xi'an Museum and are national AAAA-level tourist attractions. Located in Anrenfang (now the southern suburb of Xi'an City, Shaanxi Province), Jianfu Temple, also known as "Jianfu Temple Pagoda" was built during the reign of Jinglong in Tang Dynasty, and Dayan Pagoda is an important symbol of Chang'an City in Tang Dynasty. Tickets for Xiaoyan Pagoda are free and tickets are collected with ID card.
Xiaoyan Pagoda is located near Nanshaomen of Line 2 in Xi'an. It is a small open park. It can enter the scenic spot directly without tickets. This scenic spot is a wonderful building built in 703 A.D. Tang Dynasty. It is also a complete architectural style of Tang Dynasty. As a whole, Xiaoyan Pagoda looks like a private garden with trees as old as architecture. It is especially interesting to see Xiaoyan Pagoda on it. In the 1960s, cracks appeared in the restored body. What we can see now is the restored Little Wild Goose Pagoda. There are also some shops selling souvenirs. The Big Wild Goose Pagoda and Little Wild Goose Pagoda in Xi'an are really two of the best attractions for people who like ancient architecture.
If the Xiaoyan Pagoda scenic spot does not climb the pagoda, it will not accept admission tickets. It only needs to register for admission tickets at the gate with ID card. The environment inside is good. Like a big park, there are rockeries, fountains, bridges and running water. The Xi'an Museum is also in the scenic area, and it is free to visit. The exhibits inside are quite good, better than the Shaanxi History Museum. In addition, there are places where shadow plays are performed at the exit, so you can feel the culture of Shaanxi shadow play.
Love the tranquility here, love the tranquility here, there is no tourists such as knitting noise, only quiet old trees lush, with vicissitudes of life. Spring has a clear blue sky, green bamboo, vigorous trees, green grass, as well as peony garden, wanton sycamore, clusters of embellished trumpet flowers, and then watch the evening cherry's chorus, the wind sprinkles a flower. History is here, and we have been here.