Highlights: Guangji Temple is located in the ancient pagoda district of Jinzhou. Guangji Temple, formerly known as Puji Temple, is commonly known as the Great Buddha Temple. The monastery faces south, covering an area of more than 3,000 square meters, with two courtyards. In the temple, there are related buildings such as Emperor Hall, Tianwang Hall, Stele Pavilion, and Side Hall. The octagonal brick-shaped Liao Pagoda in the temple is 13 stories high. There are arch niches on all sides of the tower body, and there is a built-in seated Buddha. The top of the pagoda is gilded and dazzling. Guangji Temple Pagoda is located in Guangji Temple, which is also known as "White Pagoda" and "Shari Pagoda" in history. The existing Guangji Temple halls were rebuilt during the Daoguang reign of the Qing Dynasty, while the Guangji Temple Pagoda has been rarely repaired since its completion in the third year of Qingning in Liaoning (1057), and it has basically maintained its original appearance. The original height of Guangji Temple Pagoda is 63 meters, and it is 57 meters high. Guangji Temple, formerly known as Puji Temple, is commonly known as the Great Buddha Temple. The monastery faces south, covering an area of more than 3,000 square meters, with two courtyards. The main hall is in the style of double eaves and Xieshan, with seven rooms wide and three rooms deep. On the ridge of the roof, there is a brick inscription "Yangwenciyun Guangfu Huiri Changming".