Yongling is a tomb built by the emperor of the former Shu Kaiguo during the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms. It is the only emperor's mausoleum that has been formally developed in China. This is the gate of Yongling Heritage Reserve. The ticket is 20 yuan. There are also discounts for students and the elderly. The main entrance is on Yongling Road, with convenient transportation. Many buses can go directly. The whole Yongling Tomb is divided into two parts: the underground palace and the museum. Only one-way tours from the palace to the museum can be carried out. After visiting the underground palace into the museum area, it can not return to the underground palace. The Shinto before Yongling is lined with sculptures of officials, military officers and some animals. But it seems that it has been repaired in some ways. Yongling was once stolen and damaged seriously. There are many underground rivers in Sichuan, so Yongling was not built deep underground, but a hemispherical underground palace. In fact, I think the layout of Yongling and Museum is not very reasonable. Just entering the gate is the Yongling Underground Palace, but the layman like the author can't really see why, and needs professional explanation. The introduction of the underground palace is in the museum after Yongling. After reading the doorway, I want to go to the underground palace again. But I was told that the door of the underground palace of Yongling can't go back from this door. If I want to see the underground palace of Yongling again, I have to buy another ticket. Here, the author briefly introduces Yongling. See Figure 6 for details. It is a half-section model of Yongling in the museum. Yongling is divided into three rooms: front, middle and rear, which is not really big, and is at most 30 meters long. This picture was taken in the front room. There were doors separated from each other, but the original wooden doors were rotten and now we can see imitations. This is taken in the back room. The black coffin bed in the middle is the coffin bed for Wang Jian's coffin. It was originally a three-layer wooden structure, but it was badly damaged. Now only the stone remains at the bottom are left. At the bottom of the coffin bed there are 12 Rex stone carvings, because there is glass around it, so the probe can be seen. This is the stone sculpture of Wang Jian sitting in the back room. It's genuine! There are also some so-called Dharma objects in front of the stone carvings. The section of Yongling in the museum can clearly distinguish the front room, the middle room and the back room. The coffin is stored in the middle room, and there is a stone statue of Wang Jian sitting in the back room. The bottom of the coffin bed is covered with 12 Rex sculptures. There are 14 arches on the top of the underground palace, which plays a stabilizing role. Yongling has been standing for more than 1100 years, which is indeed a miracle. Many valuable authentic works in Yongling Museum are preserved in Sichuan Museum. In Yongling Museum, only some relatively low-level cultural relics can be seen. This is the bronze pavement on the door that separates the tomb. The precious cultural relics unearthed in Yongling include jade belts and treasures. The jade belt is a complete jade belt, not a fragment. There are seven square pieces of jade and one long piece of jade on the leather. It has been confirmed that it was worn by Wang Jiansheng before he was born. Jibao said that popular, that is, the jade seals built for Wang in the underworld. Now they are all preserved in Sichuan Museum. Fortunately, the Sichuan Museum is not far from Yongling. It is interesting to take a detour to see their elegance.
Yongling was built by the former Shukai King of the Five Dynasties. For the first time in ten years ago, besides the mausoleum, the next exhibition hall was selling minks. This year, it is a new one. Besides the stone statues of the king of the tomb itself, the relief sculptures of the twelve coffins and Lishi, the exhibition hall was built after that. It can fully understand the history of Qianshu, display jade belts and rabbit seals, which are also rare treasures. The whole scenic area relies on the beautiful environment of the park and is full of history.
The Yongling Tomb in Chengdu is a tomb built by the emperor Kaiguo of Shu before the Ten Kingdoms in the late Tang Dynasty and the Five Dynasties. It is historically known as the Yongling Tomb. Yongling is the first emperor's mausoleum excavated scientifically in modern China. It is also the only mausoleum on earth in China at present. Yongling unearthed many historical and precious cultural relics, is the first batch of national key cultural relics protection units.
Yongling is a very valuable place, and the tickets are not expensive. It is also quiet and not crowded like the Wuhou Temple. Yongling is the tomb built by the Emperor Taizu of the former Shu Dynasty and is one of the few imperial tombs built directly on the ground. As a result of the early theft, the ground buildings were destroyed once (presumably at the time of the collapse of the former Shu), and the mausoleum was overgrown with weeds, which was later passed down as Sima Xiangru's Fuqin Terrace, thus avoiding further destruction of the underground palace. Its underground palace is extremely magnificent. When it comes to the cold, a circle of stone carvings under the coffin bed "Twenty-four Geisha Music" is even more exquisite.
Chengdu Yongling is located in the northwest of Chengdu No. 1 Ring Road. It used to be very convenient from Chengdu. It took 20 minutes to walk under Xizhimen Station of Metro Line 2. Yongling is a tomb built by King Shu of the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms. The scenic spot is not big, but the environment is good. Tickets are 20. All kinds of documents are half-price. If you go to see it on the weekend, you can not only understand the history, but also enjoy the summer.
I won't say anything about the basic introduction. The handsome men and beautiful women in front all explained clearly. Let's talk about the feeling. The ticket office is 10 meters to the left of the gate. It's 20 yuan. It's the mausoleum's underground palace. The underground palace is not very big and deep. The mausoleum is surrounded by a park. I prefer to explore the novelty. Generally speaking, because of the convenient transportation in the urban area, it's worth visiting.
It is worth recommending that the first batch of key national cultural relics protection units, tickets 20, absolute value. The underground palace here is also very good, and the lecturer is very attentive. Wang Jian's Tomb has few visitors and absolutely beautiful surroundings. The Museum behind it is worth visiting.