Thursday, January 8, 2009

Chengdu Shu-Ming Tomb - Chinese tourism scenic spots

Chengdu Shu-Ming Zhu Yuan Ming Tomb is the tomb of the royal family group, has been 564 years ago, is located 4 kilometers from Chengdu Ching Ling Zhen foothills around ten. The excavation in 1979, in 1996, the State Council was announced for the fourth installment of the national key cultural unit of Capital Cities Shu-Ming Zhu Ming Tai Zu is Zhangdisunshu mausoleum of Zhu Xi Wang. Next ten hills in the Ming Dynasty Tomb of the third generation Shu Wang Xi as the center, around and around its neighboring region has the largest concentration of the tomb of Princess Zhao Xi Wang, Xi Wang Fei's Tomb, Qianjiang Huai mourn King, King Wai, Capital Cities-Hui, Zhao Mausoleum , As Capital Cities, as Wang Fei at the tomb, half of the tomb and tomb of Prince Dozens of tombs, ten Lingzhen be named. Ling is now in the tenth to explore the Capital Cities Xi, Zhao Mausoleum tomb of the two. Xi Capital Cities in 1979, archaeological excavations by the clean-up, unearthed more than 500 pieces of glaze terracotta warriors and horses, Dance and Music of figurines, and other precious artifacts. A total length of 28 meters underground palace, 8.96 meters wide and 6.59 meters high, only to resume The ladder up to 44 meters. Houdian its walls are inlaid center of the circular outline in gold hollowing Ssangyong glaze can be set in the Ming Dynasty art, Zhao Mausoleum of Zhu Yuanzhang's like a dragon head for the nation must. The Xiling than the Tomb of Wang Jian (Yong Ling) is even more magnificent, more beautiful than the Ming Tombs Beijing, and its exquisite carving of the calligraphy of bold, Wealthy's Palace, the mausoleum of focus, as the ancient Chinese emperors of the most beautiful hills with the highest concentration of the underground palace. December 1996 Shu-Ming Tomb of the State Council have been listed as national key cultural unit.

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1 comment:

Ricky Peterson said...

Nice post. Ming Dynasty Tombs are the thirteen Tombs of the Ming Empire.This location was cautiously selected as per the Feng Shui principles.It is a valley that has water and other necessities as per Feng Shui. For more details refer Ming Dynasty China