How to Build a Chinese Pagoda?

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With the right equation you can to almost anything. After you get the equations to get started you will begin on figuring the number of sides. You can find more information here: www.generativeart.com
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1. Dig (4) 16 inch deep holes in your desired location in a perfect square each hole 7 feet apart. 2. Stand the 6x6s upright in each hole. Fill each hole with cement. Make sure the
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Chinese Pagodas. are a traditional part of. http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Chinese_architecture. In addition to religious use, since ancient times Chinese pagodas have been praised
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By definition a Pagoda is a multiple tiered building, if it is a single story structure it is not a pagoda.
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The exact number is hard to find, but this is probably the closest we can get: Its total cost remains a state secret, but the state-run China Central Television (CCTV) was quoted
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These amazing chinese artistrys is so cool we can make one. Of course common sense tells me to get two different size boxes make a roof on them and stack the boxes large first the smaller on top and back to large until u leave a small one on top. Paint that fine work of art and pizam you have a pagoda.
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