In addition to Wanli, there are twelve emperors in the Ming Tombs, which are well preserved Royal tombs. So I went hiking here on purpose. The whole journey is about 20 kilometers. To me, the mottled walls at the end of farmland, village roads, closed mausoleum gates, and bluestone roads with wild flowers and pits are more stories to tell than the open Dingling, Changling and Zhaoling mausoleums. Pines and cypresses protruding from the mausoleum swing gently with the wind and the Songtao swallowed low, as if telling about the alternation of the sun and the moon they witnessed and the overlapping of dynasties. Along the way, from the amazing Changling Mausoleum to the hastily reconstructed Siling Mausoleum, the 13 Mausoleums have different regulatory styles, but they also intuitively show people the process of the rise and fall of the Daming Dynasty.
On September 5, 1987, after visiting the Grand View Garden scenic spot, I took a bus to visit the Ming Tombs scenic spot. Ming Tombs is a world cultural heritage, a national key cultural heritage protection unit, a national key scenic spot, and a national 5A tourist attraction. The Ming Tombs are located at the foot of Tianshou Mountain, Changping District, Beijing, about 50 kilometers from Tiananmen. The Ming Tombs were built between 1409 and 1645. In the past 230 years, 13 imperial mausoleums, seven imperial concubines'tombs and one eunuch's tomb were built. They are the largest and largest Mausoleums in the world. Thirteen emperors, twenty-three queens, two princes, more than thirty concubines and two eunuchs were buried. The main tourist attractions are Changling, Dingling and Shenlu.
It took me a whole day to go to Changling, Dingling and Shenlu. The mausoleum is built on the hill, with shady trees and scenery everywhere. Along the way, while listening to the mobile app guide, I learned a lot of historical knowledge, which is very interesting. For the first time, it was so close to the emperor's mausoleum. Changling is very big and magnificent. It's worth it.
The 13th Mausoleum, which came on New Year's Day, is quite cold compared with the downtown area of Beijing. It is estimated that only some historical and cultural enthusiasts like to come here. Thirteen Mausoleums suggest taking a bus to Changling first, then walking to Dingling, and finally to Shenlu. Reverse route can save time to go back to the city. The Changling Mausoleum has little attraction. There are clothes of the Ming Dynasty royal family on display in a Hall of Emperor Yu En. Dingling Mausoleum, featuring underground palaces, is the only tomb excavated in the 13th Mausoleum. On both sides of Shenlu are all kinds of gods, animals and officials of civil and military affairs. Shenlu is a road leading to the Thirteen Mausoleums.
It is indeed the geomantic treasure land chosen by the magnificent Yongle Emperor. Thirteen emperors of the Ming Dynasty were buried here. They heard the guide's lobbying. It was near the mountains and rivers, where the Dragon veins were located. The environment in the scenic spot was very good. The green trees were abundant. It was estimated that it was not a weekend. There were not many people, especially few people in Dingling Mausoleum. They met many foreigners who admired the fame occasionally. They also admired our Chinese wisdom and wisdom. Architectural technology, but the Tailing Tomb of Emperor Xiaozong, which I like very much, has not yet been opened, which is a little regrettable, but it shows that the 13th Tomb is indeed a place worth seeing for history enthusiasts.
The Dingling, Changling and Shinto of the Thirteen Tombs were visited in sequence. The scenic spots in winter were less noisy and accorded with the architectural mode of carefully studying the ancient relics and feeling the hazy and distant atmosphere. Dingling Digong palace wall that huge stones, seam fit, meticulous materials, fine sculpture, the throne's head, the back of the Phoenix beak, the whole Han Baiyumen. In the majestic and magnificent Hall of Emperor Yu of Changling, there are sixty golden Nanmu pillars with a diameter of one meter, and a delicately painted ceiling. Everywhere you go, you'll be able to stop and focus. Royal style is really remarkable.
The Ming Tombs are worth visiting. In time, we can go to Dingling, Changling and Shenlu. Before you go, you can buy a map to see the history, or check the information on the Internet, so that you can have a deeper understanding of the history. Especially the front gate of the mausoleum is the dividing line between yin and yang.
It's worth visiting. There are not many people in other places except Dingling. Self-driving tour, you can first see the Shinto, and then to Wanli Emperor Ding Mausoleum and Zhu Di's Changling Mausoleum, Zhaoling is not open. Tickets are a little expensive, you can buy tickets on site.
Beijing in autumn is really beautiful. The first time I saw persimmon trees, persimmons are so big and sweet, peaches are so sweet! Fruits are super big!!! The Thirteen Mausoleums had better ask for an explanation, or they would not understand themselves. There are buses between scenic spots, in fact, it is not very far away. A driver at the door will trick you into getting on the bus, saying that it is very far away. Fifty yuan will be sent to you. If you don't want to wait for the bus, you can bargain. There are many buses, and the road is still blocked. The car will take you down the lane. There is a dedicated line in the city to the Ming Tombs. You don't need to take the bus to Deshengmen. You can also go to Shinto and the Ming Tombs Reservoir when you have time. The fried chicken in the reservoir is beautiful!!
Classics are like that. The underground palace is much smaller than I expected. And it's quite remote in Changping. Comrades who want to go are prepared for psychology and change. Because the bus is the only traffic. This is the main station of the Ming Tombs. Changling and Dingling are separated. It can also be used as a ferry. This is free. They charge for things like 314. But the cultural relics unearthed inside are all genuine. The oxidized crowns and Phoenix crowns unearthed really have a sense of historical vicissitudes. It's worth going. I don't want a lot of replicas in the Forbidden City. There are also replicas of the Ming Tombs. But that's tiny!