|Location||Gongshu District, Hangzhou, Zhejiang|
The temple was destroyed by fire in the 13th century during the fall of the Yuan dynasty (1271–1368).
In 1963, the two pagodas was classified as municipal level cultural heritages by the Hangzhou Municipal Government.
The nine story and octagonal-based Chinese pagoda is made of brick and stone. The brick base of the pagoda is shaped as a sumeru pedestal.
Categories: Buddhist temples in Hangzhou | Buildings and structures in Hangzhou | Tourist attractions in Hangzhou | 2009 establishments in China | 21st-century Buddhist temples | Religious buildings and structures completed in 2009