The imperial mausoleum is located in the city of Luzhou, the entrance of the high steps of a large archway, the "Yi Emperor Mausoleum". The imperial mausoleum free to visit. The imperial mausoleum is built by the Gaozu Liu Bang, the Han Dynasty, and there are the imperial mausoleums of Yi Emperor and Yi Emperor. Emperor Yi was the king of Qin, also known as King Chu Huai, who was killed by the term feathers. There is a Han monument in the imperial mausoleum of Emperor Yi, because of the age, the handwriting has been removed.
The Yidi Mausoleum is in the center of Wenhua Road. Walking from Bayi Pedestrian Street to the intersection with Wenhua Road, you can see a huge archway sitting on the opposite steps, and the "Yi Di Mausoleum" is engraved in the middle of the archway.
Yidi Mausoleum is a scenic spot in the downtown area. It is located on Bayi Road where the people of Chenzhou often go to visit. The entrance is very inconspicuous. If you want to understand the history, you can look at it. The inside is not big, it can be finished in 5-10 minutes, and it feels that many historical and cultural relics have not been preserved.
Free scenic area in Chenzhou City. Emperor Yi is a direct descendant of the ancient Chu Kingdom at the end of Qin Dynasty. He once promised that "the one who destroys the Qin Kingdom shall be the King of Qin, and the Qin Kingdom shall be entrusted to the Qin Kingdom". The "Bo Yang Vernacular Version of Zizhi Tongjian: Chu Han Contest" has details It is recorded that after the death of Qin, Xiang Yu drove Liu Bang to Shuhan, returned to Pengcheng to become king, and sent Yi Emperor to Chenzhou, Hunan, and then secretly killed Yi Emperor.
The views are nice, lots of people, mostly for exercise
Preston_Dominguez: Wenhua Road, Beihu District, Chenzhou City
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Nanta Park,North Lake Park,Yidi Mausoleum,Longquan Pond,Dongtalinglieshi Park