Zhenhai Tower in Guangzhou is one of the most intriguing cultural relics of Guangzhou in China. Perched on Yuexiu Hill, this tower was built by Zhu Liangzi, a powerful nobleman to testify his self-acclaimed colossal powers at the beginning of the Ming dynasty in 1380. Also known as the Five-Story Pagoda and the first tower in Lingnan (South of Nanling Mountain), Zhenhai Tower offers the view of the entire city from the hill-top. Features of Zhenhai Tower in Guangzhou - Zhenhai Tower in Guangzhou now houses the Guangzhou City Museum- With a height of 28 meters, the tower was rebuilt in 1928- Though built as mark of one’s power, this tower was later consolidated into the city wall of Guangzhou's and served as the northernmost watchtower. - However, if you visit the tower now, you will find that the city walls have been removed. - Zhenhai Tower in Guangzhou wad built in the architectural style of the Ming - This red tower still has cannons used by the British during the Opium Wars - You will find accounts of Guangzhou from Neolithic times till the early 20th century in Guangzhou Museum,.- History of the last 60 years says that the tower was destroyed five times and reconstructed after the ruins.