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Porcelain Tower of Nanjing

Mrs. Mash Pd. 6 Information Literacy Pd. 2 Days 1/4
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Isaiah DiAndreth

on 16 January 2013

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Isaiah DiAndreth Pd.1 Days 1/4 Porcelain Tower of Nanjing There is a lot of concrete high-rise apartment buildings. What information Describes the Geographic Wonder There is a 1,969-foot Canton Tower. What describes the wonders physical structure Portuguese merchants first went to Guangzhou in 1516. What is the history of wonder Pagodas built many towers. What is the description of the society and culture that built this structure The tower is very tall and skinny. What is the appeal of the structure. The Porcelain Tower of Nanjing There is a big trade center by the Tower. The people in Guangzhou lived on boats too. Guangzhou is one of China's modern cities. They also have observation decks. The Canton Tower also has a conference center. Guangzhou has many national monuments. Roman merchants went there for silks, spices, and tea. Persian trader visited the city during the A.D. 600's Guangzhou was the only chinese port open to foreign trade. Buddhist helped build towers with Pagodas. They build them in India and China. Pagodas use wood to make Towers. It has a spiral structure going to the top. Also has a needle point on the top. It could be a television and radio center too. This is what the Pagoda's built. Bibliography Hennessey, William. J
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