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China Emperor Mausoleums
Mausoleums of ancient China are all the treasures and mystery for research and study, and these mausoleums are closely connected with emperors of different dynasties. The most famous one is the mausoleum of Emperor Qinshihuang.
Jingjiang Prince Mausoleums
Jingjiang Prince Mausoleums is the biggest and best-preserved extant Ming-era princes’ mausoleum complex in China. Over 141princes were buried along Yao Mountain. Together with other royal families’ tombs, there are over 300 tombs in total. To highlight its significance, a saying prevails like this: “In North China there are the Ming Dynasty Tombs, in south China, the Mausoleums of Jingjiang Princes”
The Mausoleums of Jingjiang Princes
Mao Mausoleum
Mao Mausoleum or Maoling was the tomb of Emperor Wudi of West Han Dynasty, and Emperor Wudi was named Liu Che, and today's visitors can feel the magnificence and power of Han Dynasty during the reign of Wudi.
Maoling Mausoleum
Qian Mausoleum
The mausoleum is considered to be the most representative and best preserved of all 18 Tang mausoleums. Over the past 1,300 years, countless people have tried to find the entrance to this fabled underground palace, but its secrets remain veiled in mystery.
Qianling Mausoleum
The Mausoleum of Genghis Khan
Located in Ordos, Inner Mongolia, this yurt-shaped architecture complex breathes full of Mongolian flavor. It is the place to pay homage to Genghis Khan, the most revered and feared hero of all dynasties. The grand Genghis Khan Worship Ceremony celebrated annually here lends it with an air of mystique. This site is the Mecca of the Mongols and is under the guide of the Daerhute Tribe during the past 800 years.
The Mausoleum of Genghis Khan
Yang Mausoleum
Situated in Xianyang city, the Yang Mausoleum of Han Dynasty was built in 153B.C. The mausoleum is 166.5m long from the east to the west, 155.4m wide from the north to the south, and 31.6m high. The empress' mausoleum is about 450m northeast to the main tomb, while more than 30 minor tombs are in the north and the east location.
Yangling Mausoleum
Zhao Mausoleum
Zhaoling is the mausoleum of Li Shimin, Emperor Taizong of Tang Dynasty (618-907); he was one of the most brilliant rulers in Chinese history. Located in Jiuzong Mountain, 83 kilometers (51.5miles) from downtown Xian, Shaanxi, Zhaoling is the largest among the 18 mausoleums of the Tang Dynasty. It is also the largest royal mausoleum in the world.
Zhaoling Mausoleum
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