Welcome to Three Mausoleums of Shengjing
Located in Liaoning Province, the Three Mausoleums of Shengjing are the final resting places for the ancestors who created the royal family of Qing Dynasty. The Three Mausoleums of Shengjing, together with the eastern and western tombs of the Qing dynasty which has been listed in the UNESCO, have formed a system of Qing emperors’ mausoleums, condensing the history of Qing Dynasty.  
Situated in the eastern suburb of Shenyang, Fu Mausoleum is the mausoleum of the Qing Emperor Nurhach and his queen, Xiaoci Gao Yehenala. Since it is located in the eastern suburb of Shenyang, it's also called the Eastern Mausoleum. Nurhaci, the Manchu leader who united the tribes of the Northeast into a front that would, in 1644, seize power in the wake of the overthrow of the Ming dynasty and rule China until 20th century. Facing the Hun River and relying on Mt. Tianzhu, the Fu Mausoleum covers an area of 194,800 square meters with abundant tall pines and huge buildings. Making use of the terrain, the "108 Steps" symbolize the 36 Big Dippers and the 72 Earth Devils, and is an important sign of the Fu Mausoleum. The grounds are pleasant and attractive, with flowers, shrubs, and many ancient trees.
Zhao Mausoleum is the tomb of Qing Taizong Huangtaiji and empress Boerjijite. It was built in 1634 and its area is 3,274,000 square meters. There are buildings including Long'en Hall, Treasure City, Treasure Mound, Crescent City, Daming Pavilion, Dabei Pavilion, Square City, Long' en Gate, Dahong Gate, Stone Arch, and so on .Its scale is grand and the building is magnificent, it is good enough to be a masterpiece combining styles of Manchu nationality and Han nationality.
The Yong Mausoleum is situated at the southern foot of Qiyuan Mountain, northwest of Yongling Town in the Manchu Autonomous County of Xinbin, Liaoning Province. Buried in the mausoleum are the remote ancestor, great grandfather, grandfather, father, uncles, and the wives of Nurhachi, Emperor Taizu of the Qing Dynasty. The mausoleum, which is surrounded by walls, consists of the front yard, Square City and Treasure City. At the center of the front yard is a red gate facing four pavilions lined up in a row. In the pavilions are the memorial steles, which record the life stories of the four ancestors. North of the pavilions is the Square City with the main hall, the Qiyun Hall, inside. The hall has single eaves, yellow glass tiles, four gates and eight windows.
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