Collectively known as the 13 Ming Tombs, and located on the northwestern outskirts of Beijing, this is the resting place of 13 Ming dynasty emperors. The tomb area is surrounded by picturesque scenery, with beautiful views. You can visit the ancient buildings and scenery, and also find out about the specifications of imperial burials. The Ming Tombs form a unified whole. Each tomb was built in front of its own hill. The tomb specifications were more or less the same, with minor differences. The Yongle and Wanli Emperors of the Ming dynasty are both buried here.