Highlights: The Xingguo Temple Pagoda was built during the Taiping Xingguo period of the Northern Song Dynasty. Xingguo Temple has been revived and abandoned several times, but the ancient pagoda is still alive. It has a history of a thousand years. With a simple and dignified demeanor, it stands majestically in the former site garden of Xingguo Temple in the ancient city. It is the historical witness and unique symbol of the ancient city of Jiangyin. After the founding of New China, the people's government renovated and strengthened the tower base and tower body several times in order to protect this important ancient building. In 1982, it was listed as a county-level cultural relics protection unit. Under the guidance of experts from the Provincial Cultural Affairs Commission, from July 1985 to December 1986, more than 300,000 yuan was allocated for comprehensive renovation. At present, the tower body coexists with 8 floors, 42.22 meters high, 0.25 meters to the northeast, 18 degrees north of the top center, 10.70 meters in diameter at the bottom of the tower, and 4.54 meters wide on each side. There are three remnants in the west, and there is only one isolated remnant wall about 2 meters high on the eighth floor.