Look at "Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery", "Facade of a pagoda, Dragon and Tiger Pagoda, Lotus Lake, Kaohsiung, Taiwan", and "Imperial Architecture II". These pagoda pictures show towering architecture and uniquely identify the places where they are.
While one can decide to simply have the choice picture of a pagoda pinned-up, there are some other options that will ensure that you achieve a lot more with your artwork. You can apply framing as an option to add some flavor to your interior design. The framing options that are available will also make it possible for you to match the frame with your furniture. You’ll need to ensure that the chosen frame fits well with your pagoda image and that they both accentuate your interior design. If say you opt for canvas print, you’ll need to hang it in a room that’s spacious enough to make the wall art show clearly. Canvas print also works well in a room that doesn’t have a lot of furniture. If all you need is to add some extra protection to your wall art and add some portability, you can decide to only have your art piece laminated.