Yuling is located about 150 meters away in Shouli City, Okinawa. It is the Royal Mausoleum of the Ryukyu Dynasty, Shang Dynasty. This mausoleum is general, but after all, the dynasty has perished. This place belongs to the world cultural heritage. The ticket is 300 yen. There are not many visitors. But there are still many visitors. When I came in and went out, I was the only one. Many people travel to Yuling because it is very close to the city of Shouli. When I entered, three local women were worshipping the only entrance outside the mausoleum. The mat was filled with sacrifices. I wondered if they were the descendants of Ryukyu King. As a visitor from a long way, since he has gone to Seoul, he should stop by.
Part of the World Cultural Heritage. It's very close to the gatekeeper and there are fewer people. The Yuling Tomb is the tomb of the kings, which is larger than that in China because of its joint burial. But there are only two doors to see. The interior of the mausoleum can only be found in a small underground museum near the entrance.
The first scenic spot on the upstream of the cruise shore is a good view with few and clean people.
It's very small. It's far from the imperial mausoleum of China. Tickets are 300 yen.
I don't know if I can make Yuling by myself. It's very small and ordinary. It's not worth visiting.
It's just across the road from Suilimen in Seoul City. It's a royal cemetery. After reading it, I deeply sympathized with the emperor of a small country. There were three small places where the emperors, empresses and other royal families were buried separately. Each of them had a small jar stuffed into a small room and put it together (or sleeping all over the place!). Or park the remains first, wash the bones and put them in a small jar after they are rotten... This is really land-saving... Anyway, they all come to Seoul City, and they always have to stop by.
Near Seoul, you can visit two scenic spots in a day. Entrance is 300 yen, only 240 yen for one-day ticket. Next to the ticket office is the museum, which is small in size and has few exhibits. After coming out, we walked along the slope to the mausoleum, but unfortunately it was not open.
Early in the morning, people are not too many, the scenery is also good, personal feeling is also a good scenic spot. There is also a magical place in Jiangbeizui called Mingyuzhen Emperor's Mausoleum. Entering from a path in Central Park, a red antique building at the top of the slope is the Mingyuzhen Emperor's Mausoleum, which opened in March this year. It's very difficult to find a road sign without it. Ming Yuzhen was one of the leaders of the peasant rebellion army in the late Yuan Dynasty. He was born in Suizhou, Hubei Province. He led troops into Shu in 1357 AD and captured Chongqing. Later, Liu Zhen and others supported him and called him Emperor. He was also the only emperor in the history of Chongqing. In 1366, after his death, his son Ming ascended to the throne. In 1369, Zhu Yuanzhang sent his envoy to persuade him to surrender, but Ming Sheng refused to obey. In June of the same year, Ming soldiers arrived in Chongqing, rose and fell, and died in summer. At the end of March 1982, his mausoleum was found at the construction site of Chongqing Weaving Factory in Shangyejie, Jiangbei. The monument of Xuangong (which is also an important basis for judging his identity) and a large number of precious cultural relics such as silk fabrics were unearthed in the tomb. The most interesting thing is that Zhu Yuanzhang, the great ancestor of the Ming Dynasty, destroyed Daxia, surrendered Mingsheng and sent it to Koryo by sea boat. Since then, the descendants of the Ming family have been far away from their homeland and multiplied on the Korean Peninsula. Every year between the sixth day of February and the Qingming Festival of the lunar calendar, the descendants of Ming Yuzhen from Korea come to Chongqing to worship their ancestors at Ruiling Tomb in Jiangbei.