Behind the main hall of Fengxue Temple Qizu Pagoda was built in honour of an eminent monk in 738 during the Tang Dynasty and the name was granted by Emperor Xuanzong.
The square, brick, nine-storey, multi-eave pagoda is twenty-seven meters high. Its fine proportions give it a graceful appearance. Its eaves form an inverse curve, which was the style of multi-eave pagodas in the early Tang Dynasty. The pagoda is well preserved and a rare example of Tang pagodas.