Sarah / Austria
The poster we received from Chris is just stunning, exactly what we looked for as a wedding gift for friends. The colours are beautiful and the paper is of high quality. We would definitely buy a poster again.
The dimensions of the poster include a built-in picture mount
The poster is printed with top-quality inks on the highest quality 200g/m2 premium design paper
Carefully wrapped in paper and packed in a protective cardboard tube or hardcover envelope (A4 and smaller size).
Worldwide shipping available.
The result is a stunning print with unrivaled quality and image reproduction that will stand the test of time
Frame not included
A perfect reminder of visited places in the past and a motivator to plan future travels
Pagodas, also known as stupas, are a distinctive and iconic part of the Chinese landscape. These tall, multi-tiered structures are often found in Buddhist temples, and are associated with ancient Chinese culture and religion.
Pagodas originated in India, where they were used as a place for Buddhist monks to meditate and study. When Buddhism spread to China, pagodas were also introduced to the country, and became an important part of Chinese architecture and religious practice.
The design of Chinese pagodas varies depending on the region and time period in which they were built. However, they are generally characterized by their multi-tiered roofs, which often feature upturned corners, and their distinctive shape.
One of the most famous pagodas in China is the Giant Wild Goose Pagoda in Xi’an. This pagoda was built in the 7th century, and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is considered a masterpiece of ancient Chinese architecture, and is a popular destination for tourists.
Another well-known pagoda is the Lingyin Temple in Hangzhou. This pagoda was built in the 10th century, and is one of the largest and most impressive in China. It is located in a scenic location surrounded by forests and mountains, and is considered a peaceful and contemplative space.
In addition to their religious significance, pagodas also have a rich cultural history in China. They are often associated with good luck and prosperity, and are often the subject of legends and folklore.
Today, pagodas continue to be an important part of Chinese culture and religion. They are often seen as symbols of peace and harmony, and are a reminder of China’s long and rich history.