Jiulong Mountain is the collective name of a small mountain range at the junction of Qufu and Zoucheng. It looks like nine dragons from the air. The dragon’s tail is in Xiaoxue Dongwu’s village in Qufu, with the tomb of the Han Lu king, and the dragon’s head in Shangzhuang Village, Zoucheng, where the Ming Lu Huang Wang is buried. The cliff stone is carved in the east of Wujia Village.
No charge, the tombs of the Han Dynasty are worth seeing. The tombs of the Han Dynasty cost many people's blood and sweat! Take a walk along the ridge from northwest to southeast along Jiulong Mountain for exercise and you can overlook Qufu, Zoucheng and Jining.
The four ancient tombs of the Han Dynasty are magnificent and spectacular.
Jiulongshan Moya tombs of the Han Dynasty are unique in the regulation of ancient tombs. They have important historical and cultural value and are a rare cultural heritage.
Good, very good, very good, I have another comment after going there.
There are five mausoleums, all of which were carved out of mountains. In fact, there is not much content, it feels that it has not been developed yet, but no tickets are required. It is still possible to go to see it on weekends.
Preston_Dominguez: Sun of Jiulong Mountain, Qufu City, Jining City
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Tomb of Ming King Lu,meng mu lin,jiu long shan mo ya mu qun,Han Luwang Mausoleum,LuHuangWang Mausoleum