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Burring as much as 13 empero in one place, the Ming Tombs are the best-preserved mausoleums of the empero. The amazing number and exteive scale of the tombs enable it enjoys the reputation of “the mausoleum group which holds most empero”. Sit in the embrace of green mountai, ...  [More]

Changling Tomb

Changling Tomb

Changling Tomb is the largest and oldest of the tombs. Cotruction on the mausoleum began in 1409 and lasted four yea. Buried here are Zhu Di, the third emperor of the Ming Dynasty, and his empress. The forecourt has three courtyards and all the halls are covered with yellow glaze tiles on their roof..

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Zhaoling Tomb

Zhaoling Tomb

Built in 1538, Zhaoling lies to the southwest of Dingling Tomb. It is the mausoleum of Zhu Zaihou (the twelfth emperor of the Ming Dynasty) and his three empresses. It is the best representation of a tomb complex because of its fully restored complete surface structures, coisting of four bridges, a ..

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Dingling Tomb

Dingling Tomb

Dingling is the only one excavated in this graveyard up till now. Zhu Yijun, the thirteenth emperor of the Ming Dynasty was inhumed together with his two empresses. The tomb was cotructed between 1584 and 1590. Behind the tower is the underground palace, 27 mete in depth. The stone palace occupies a..

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