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*'''Taoist Stone Column''' (龙兴观道德经幢 ''Lóngxìngguān dàodé jīngchuáng'') - located in Yi county, this stone column inscripted with Taoist morals was built in 738AD and stands at a height of 4.29 meters.
 
*'''Taoist Stone Column''' (龙兴观道德经幢 ''Lóngxìngguān dàodé jīngchuáng'') - located in Yi county, this stone column inscripted with Taoist morals was built in 738AD and stands at a height of 4.29 meters.
 
*'''Yanzi Pagoda''' (燕子塔 ''Yànzi tǎ'') - located in Yi county, this 16.5 meter tall pagoda is originally from the Liao dynasty but was renovated into its current form in 1510.   
 
*'''Yanzi Pagoda''' (燕子塔 ''Yànzi tǎ'') - located in Yi county, this 16.5 meter tall pagoda is originally from the Liao dynasty but was renovated into its current form in 1510.   
*'''Liaodi Pagoda''' (料敌塔 ''Liàodí tǎ'') - located in Dingzhou city, it is the tallest existing pre-modern Chinese pagoda and tallest brick pagoda in the world, built in the 11th century during the Song dynasty. It is 84 meters tall.
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*'''Liaodi Pagoda''' (料敌塔 ''Liàodí tǎ'') - located in Dingzhou city, is the tallest existing pre-modern Chinese pagoda and tallest brick pagoda in the world, built in the 11th century during the Song dynasty. It is 84 meters tall.
 
*'''Wulonggou Great Wall''' (乌龙沟长城 ''Wūlónggōu chángchéng'') - located in Laiyuan county (roughly 37km from Laiyuan county's center), this section of the Great Wall is known for its high density of watchtowers.
 
*'''Wulonggou Great Wall''' (乌龙沟长城 ''Wūlónggōu chángchéng'') - located in Laiyuan county (roughly 37km from Laiyuan county's center), this section of the Great Wall is known for its high density of watchtowers.
 
*'''Tomb of Prince Jing in Zhongshan''' (中山靖王刘胜墓 ''Zhōngshān jìng wángliúshèng mù'') - located in Mancheng county, this is the tomb of a Western Han dynasty prince who was buried with a jade burial suit.
 
*'''Tomb of Prince Jing in Zhongshan''' (中山靖王刘胜墓 ''Zhōngshān jìng wángliúshèng mù'') - located in Mancheng county, this is the tomb of a Western Han dynasty prince who was buried with a jade burial suit.

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