Jingzhen Octagonal Pavilion
A brick-and-wood structure, the 15.42-m-high pavilion is supported by 16 columns. Its multiangular walls were built with bricks covered with light red clay and decorated with pieces of colored glass and shiny patterns of flowers, animals and figures. The roof is wooden, cone-shaped with ridge decorated with small golden pagodas, beasts and flame-shaped glass, with copper bells dangling from beneath the eaves. It is a masterpiece of Buddhist architecture by the ethnic Dai people.