RUIGUANG PAGODA - CHINA
Rui Guang Pagoda or Pagoda of Auspicious Light was originally part of the Buddhist Monastery of Universal Relief, built by Sun Quan, King of Wu in the Three Kingdoms era. Destroyed by fire several times, it was rebuilt in the Northern Song Dynasty. During the Song, Ming, and Qing dynasties its superstructure was rebuilt numerous times. The current structure was renovated in 1986 and stands over 44 meters high, with seven floors and eight sides.