Liuhe (Six Harmonies) Pagoda

This very tall pagoda is located on the Qiantang River in Hangzhou. It was built during the Northern Song Dynasty in 970 AD but then destroyed in a war. It was rebuilt and ruined several more times. The current brick and wood structure dates to 1152. The wooden corridors around the Pagoda's 13 floors were built in 1900. The Pagoda is 196.5 feet tall and has 13 stories outside and 7 inside. The six harmonies refers to the six regulations of Buddhism as well as the 6 directions (heaven, earth, north, south, east, and west.) A bright lamp installed in the top allowed it to also serve as a lighthouse.

Here are some views from the top story:

It's Liu He Bell (Bell of six harmonies)