1. The Ming Dingling Mausoleum is the tomb of Zhu Yijun, the 13th emperor of the Ming Dynasty. There are also two of his queens buried here. Located at the foot of Dayu Mountain, southwest of Changling, the mausoleum was built in 1584.1590 (twelve to eighteen years of Wanli). The main buildings are Yu Enmen, Yu Endian, Baocheng, Ming Lou and Underground Palace. It covers an area of 182000 square meters. It is the only tomb excavated in the thirteen mausoleums. Dingling Underground Palace is available for visitors. 2. The Dingling Tomb was built as early as Wanli Emperor's lifetime. Construction began in the twelfth year of Wanli (1584 A.D.). It took six years to complete and consumed eight million and two million silver. When the tomb was built, the emperor was only 28 years old, and it was not officially opened until 1620. Dingling Mausoleum has become one of the three largest Mausoleums in the Thirteen Mausoleums. Its ground construction covers 180,000 square meters, with a wide courtyard in front of it and a tall treasure city behind it. In front of the main gate of the mausoleum lies the Baiyu Bridge of the Han Dynasty. Crossing the bridge is a tall stele pavilion. Around the pavilion, there are more than 300 buildings, such as ancestral temple, sacrificial Pavilion and Dingling prison. Then there is the outer wall of the cemetery, Wailuo City. 3. The overall layout of the mausoleum is round in front and behind. Its periphery is a "Wailuocheng" which includes a package of Baocheng and its front courtyard. The area of the city is about 180,000 square meters. The back part of the city is Baocheng. Before the city, there are three square courtyards in the city. 4. In front of the first courtyard, there is a single-eave Xieshan-style mausoleum gate, such as the Wailuo City Gate, which is the second gate of the mausoleum, also known as the Weighing Gate. Its left and right are equipped with a wall-like Yemen. There are no building facilities in the courtyard. Before the courtyard, there are three divine kitchens on the left side and three divine storehouses on the right side. 5. The second one enters the courtyard, and there is a door between the front walls. Its fabrication surface is five rooms wide (26.47 meters wide) and two rooms deep (11.46 meters deep). Next, it bears a floor with a pedestal base. On the base of the platform, the stone balustrade with Longfeng Wang pillar and the size of stings are well-equipped. There are also three stamping steps in front and back. 6. The third one enters the courtyard, and the main palace of the cemetery is built between the front walls, namely, the Hall of Yu En. Its shape is the top of the heavy eaves, seven wide (50.6 meters wide) and five deep (28.1 meters deep). It bears the first floor of the pedestal base of the Mizuo type, and the fence is carved with the gate of Yu Enmen. There is a platform in front of the base. There are three steps in front of the platform, one on the left and one on the left, and a back door in the hall. 7. Because the tunnel gate of Baocheng is located in front of the right side of Baocheng Wall, the empress coffin is held in the Enjoyment Hall (Yu En Hall). After the "Anshen Ceremony" is held, it must pass through the tunnel gate of Wailuo City to enter the burial hall. Considering the symmetry of architectural design, there are two symmetrical Yemen along the left and right walls of the third entrance yard. 8. For more information and photos about Ming Dingling Mausoleum, please refer to my Ctrip Travel Notes "Feeling the Great Architecture and Perfection of the Craft--Free Travel Records of the Thirteen Mausoleums of Changling Mausoleum of Dingling", link address "http://you.ctrip.com/travels/beijing1/2692461.html].
The Dingling Tomb is famous for the only excavated palace in the Ming Tombs. As the mausoleum of Wanli Emperor, although its size is not as large as Changling Mausoleum, its underground palace is rich in burials and its structural form makes people understand the luxury of Ming Dynasty imperial mausoleum. There are also long lights in the underground palace, three white marble seats in the Han Dynasty and all kinds of funerary objects in the coffin, which show the luxurious life of Wanli Emperor. Out of the underground palace, you can also look at the stone tablets, and then look down below.
The Ming Emperor's Mausoleum, the only one of the thirteen mausoleums with open underground palaces, was a substitute for the Changling Mausoleum by mistake of yin and yang, but only in this way can we have a glimpse of the regulation and style of the Ming Emperor's Mausoleum! Buried here is the well-known Emperor Wanli of the Ming Dynasty. Because of Zhang Juzheng, it seems that everything is familiar when visiting the emperor's mausoleum. But even the most splendid mausoleum, the most luxurious dowry is only dust, dust to dust!
Today, the most representative of the 13 mausoleums is Dingling, the emperor of the Daming Dynasty who has been in power for 48 years, so his mausoleum is also the most magnificent. The only underground Xuangong was officially excavated by archaeologists in 1956 to let him see the sky and the Dingling Museum also go. There are many cultural relics unearthed during the Ming Dynasty, which fully reflects the wisdom of the ancients and allows visitors. Baby knows something, so when you come to Beijing, you must go to Dingling, see the Xuangong, the cultural relics, the understanding of Dingling, Emperor Zhu Yijun Shenzong and Empress Xiaoduan Xiaojing, which are worth recommending to babies...
Bus to Dingling East Railway Station or Dingling Railway Station, there are still a lot of buses. Tickets are 60 in peak season (only Dingling, excluding others), of course, you can also buy combined tickets (including several other scenic spots). Explanation is a little expensive, you can read the information online ahead of time, a lot. Or follow the tour group and listen to the explanation. There are a lot of fruit and water sold at the entrance, which is very expensive, and the fruit is seriously short of two kilograms. (Changping people are very unkind). Suggestions: bring your own water, fruit to Changping Town supermarket to buy.
Qianling is famous because Wu Zetian is actually a joint tomb with Tang Gaozong. The imperial mausoleum in the flourishing period of the Tang Dynasty is indeed extraordinary. The broad Shinto is magnificent and the huge stone carvings are lifelike. The stone statues of 61 Tibetan officials recall the flourishing time when all nations came to the dynasty.
Dingling is one of the three mausoleums open to the Ming Tombs. Metro Changping Line to the end, Nanshao Station gets off. After leaving the station, take Chang67 Road across the road, and get off at Dingling Station. Dingling is the tomb of Zhu Yijun, the God of the Ming Dynasty. Zhu Yijun, Emperor Wanli, was the longest-enjoying emperor in the Ming Dynasty. He was also a typical idle monarch. Dingling's underground palace is the only open one. Of course, it is already an empty one. Now all the coffins and things displayed in it are fake. But when it was excavated, there were genuine objects, even bones, of course, all kinds of exotic treasures. However, in those 10 years, the last destroyed, burned, disappeared and disappeared, all kinds of "fantastic". About the various "legends" of Dingling excavation, interested friends suggest that you can see Yang Shi and Yuenan's "Wind and Snow Dingling" book, which is written in great detail, but it is easy to get depressed and go up to fire.
Bus No. 879 from Badaling Great Wall can go directly to Dingling. Bus No. 872 can return to Deshengmen after the visit. Tickets for Dingling are 40 yuan. Ground buildings are like a loyal servant guarding the underground imperial mausoleum. Not only was Dingling the only Ming emperor's mausoleum excavated, but also he wanted to visit this controversial and longest-serving emperor of the Ming Dynasty. The underground palace is spacious and elegant, and it is a scene of the imperial family. On both sides of the compartment, there are all kinds of precious unearthed cultural relics, which are amazing.
Ding Ling is one of the Ming Tombs. It is the tomb of Emperor Wanli and his two empresses. It's very close to Changling. You can take a bus at one stop from Changling, or you can walk there. Dingling has been destroyed twice and the underground palace has been excavated. Therefore, the visit to Dingling is mainly to see the underground palace. The ticket is 45 yuan. You can take No. 872 bus from Deshengmen, Beijing.