The old name of the tower lane is Xiuwen Lane, as to why he changed his name later, you can see my uploaded pictures, this box relatively exhibited some, but the inside of the artifacts and the history of the display is not little. I was also sighing when I visited, there are so many stories in a small alley, it is really a very good kind of sightseeing.
Ta Xiang is south of Langguan Lane, south of Xitong Back Street. Originally named Xiuwen Lane, Song Dynasty changed the name Xingwen Lane, Wenxing Lane. With the establishment of the Wang Pagoda in the north of the Lane in the Guo Dynasty and changed the name. This tower is located in the north of the Lane, with the tower courtyard guarding, as a symbol of the prosperity of Fuzhou Wenyun.
The story here is very historical. Rumors say that in the Five Dynasties, the King of Wuyue, Qian Hongchu, imitated the story of King Ashoka building 84,000 towers and made 84,000 small towers for Tibetan scriptures. Because of its shape resembles a treasure chest and contains scripture printing, it is called the treasure chest printing scripture tower, commonly known as the Ashoka Tower. But Tower Lane Yuwang Tower is only symbolic. After the tower was destroyed in the Southern Song Dynasty, in the Qing Dynasty, a small tower was built in the lane as a memorial. The lane was called "Tower Lane" because it had the Yuwang Tower
A small alley in Sanfangqi Lane, connecting Nanhou Street
Great location, good value for money, you can visit Ermei Book House and Xiaohuang Building.