The Pavilion of Prince Teng, the only imperial structure in the south of China, lies in the east of the Ganjiang River in the north-west of Nanchang, Jiangxi Province. The tower with a height of 13 meters and a two-floor structure, was first built in the fourth year of Yong Hui in the Tang Dynasty (653 A.D.), and is among the first national 4A class scenic spots. The Pavilion of Prince Teng, the Yellow Crane Tower in Hubei Province as well as the Yue Yang Tower in Hunan Province are generally known as “the three most famous towers in the south of the Yangtze River”. The Pavilion of Prince Teng was the first known to the world due to the Introduction to the Pavilion of Prince of Teng made by Wang Bo, a talented poet of the earlier Tang dynasty. In history, the pavilion was rebuilt 29 times. The current pavilion was rebuilt in 1989.