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    Xuanzang Tomb Pagoda (玄奘墓塔) is situated in Xingjiao Temple (兴教寺) in Chang'an County in the southern suburbs of Xi'an. It was built in 669 during the Tang Dynasty to bury Buddhist priest Xuanzang's remains. In 828 AD, it was rebuilt as it is today. The five-storey brick pagoda has a square ground plan, with each side of the first storey, 5.2 meters wide. The pagoda tapers sharply, making it very steady. At 21 meters high, it is a fairly big tomb pagoda, since Xuanzang was an eminent monk.

    Big Wild Goose Pagoda (大雁塔) in Xi'an. Close by the pagoda is the Temple of Great Maternal Grace; Da Ci'en. This temple was originally built in 589 and then rebuilt 647 in memory of his mother Empress Wende by Li Zhi who later became the Tang Emperor Gaozong. The monk Xuanzang's statue stands in front of the temple area.

    Xuanzang Temple 玄奘寺

    Xing Jiao Temple: #XingjiaoTemple is situated at Chang'an County in the south of Xi'an City, Shaanxi Province, and is one of Fanchuan Region's Big Eight Temples in the Tang Dynasty (618-907). Bone relics of Xuanzang, an accomplished monk in the same dynasty, were buried here. #Xiantour #Vacation

    Nālandā on the Move: April 2012. Brick stupa (remains) marked by a circle. The Bimbisara Road as mentioned by Xuanzang.

    Statue of Xuanzang. Wild Goose Pagoda, Xi'an

    大雁塔 Great Wild Goose Pagoda (architecture of Tang dynasty) & Statue of Xuanzang, Xi’an, China by huhan323

    Statue of Xuanzang, Big Wild Goose Pagoda -- Xian, China by Alabamanglican, via Flickr

    The Big Wild Goose Pagoda with the Statue of Xuanzang Sanzang at Night, Xian, Shaanxi, China by George Oze, via Flickr

    Xuanzang

    Xuanzang, a famous Chinese Buddhist monk who made a 17-year trip to Nalanda, India