Goliath Wild Goose Pagoda or Big Wild Goose Pagoda, is a Buddhist pagoda situated in southern Xi'an, Shaanxi area, China. It was worked in 652 amid the Tang administration and initially had five stories. The structure was reconstructed in 704 amid the rule of Empress Wu Zetian, and its outside block veneer was revamped amid the Ming administration. One of the pagoda's numerous capacities was to hold sutras and puppets of the Buddha that were conveyed to China from India by the Buddhist interpreter and voyager Xuanzang. The first pagoda was worked amid the rule of Emperor Gaozong of Tang, at that point remaining at a tallness of 54 m.
This development of smashed earth with a stone outside veneer fallen five decades later. The decision Empress Wu Zetian had the pagoda reconstructed and included five new stories constantly 704. A monstrous quake in 1556 intensely harmed the pagoda and decreased it by three stories, to its present tallness of seven stories. The structure inclines recognizably toward the west. Its related structure, the eighth century Small Wild Goose Pagoda in Xi'an, just endured minor harm in the 1556 quake. The Giant Wild Goose Pagoda was widely repaired amid the Ming administration and redesigned again in 1964. The pagoda as of now remains at a stature of 64 m tall and from the best it offers sees over the city of Xi'an.