Sun Yatsen Mausoleum is the mausoleum of Dr. Sun Yat-sen, the father of the Warlord Era. It is located at Purple Mountain in the east suburb of Nanjing City, Jiangsu Province, covering an area of 80,000 square meters. It is considered the holy land of Chinese people both local and abroad. Dr. Sun Yat-sen (1866-1925) was a great revolutionary that led the Chinese people to overthrow the corrupt rule of Qing dynasty (1644-1911) and ended 2000 years of the feudal monarchy system, bringing China into a new age. With great historical significance, grand architecture, and beautiful scenery, the Sun Yatsen Mausoleum is a must see when you are in Nanjing.
In the morning, I went straight from No. 1 Tangshan to Zhongshan Scenic Spot and bought 100 tickets. After looking at the map, we decided to take a sightseeing bus to the deepest Zhongshan Mausoleum and then walk slowly outward, visiting the music station, Ming Xiaoling Mausoleum and Meiling Palace in turn. Sun Yat-sen Mausoleum is magnificent with beautiful scenery. From bottom to top, steps can not be seen. From top to bottom, steps can not be seen. From the top, Nanjing City is overlooked. The scenery is beautiful. Next to Zhongshan Mausoleum is the music platform, which has pigeons, and music fountain stage. Compared with Wushan Mausoleum, there are fewer people. After walking to the Ming Xiaoling Mausoleum, the whole Ming Xiaoling Mausoleum has great momentum, and various gods and animals can be seen on both sides of the Shinto. At last, I came to Meiling Palace, the first villa in the Far East. It was very luxurious. It has taken about four hours along the way, and the two of them have given up Linggu Temple because of their lack of physical strength, but it is a worthwhile trip.
Sun Yat-sen Mausoleum is the mausoleum of Mr. Sun Yat-sen, the forerunner of the great democratic revolution in modern China. Zhongshan Mausoleum was built in 1926 and completed in 1929. In 1961, it became the first batch of key cultural relics protection units in China. In 2016, it was selected as the first batch of Chinese architectural heritage in the 20th century. Zhongshan Mausoleum is located in Zhongshan Scenic Spot at the south foot of Zijin Mountain in Xuanwu District, Nanjing. It is adjacent to Linggu Temple in the East and Ming Xiaoling Mausoleum in the west. The whole building complex is built according to the mountain situation. It gradually rises along the central axis from south to north. The main buildings are Boai Fang, tomb road, mausoleum gate, stone steps, stele pavilions, sacrificial halls and tombs, which are arranged on a central axis. Sun Yat-sen Mausoleum is free of tickets. It is necessary to visit scenic spots in Nanjing. Never make a small train in the scenic spots. I made a small train, and it only took 2 minutes to arrive. The performance-price ratio is very low. The architecture of Zhongshan Mausoleum is very characteristic. From the bottom up, we can only see the steps, but we can not see the platform. From the top down, we can only see the platform, but we can not see the steps.
Tour: Linggu Temple of Zhongshan Mausoleum Musical Platform Ming Xiaoling Meiling Palace. Self-driving tour is very expensive, parking lot return 30 yuan an hour to pay attention to Wechat Public Number "Zhongshan Scenic Spot", advance booking of the visit time, taking into account more than 11 people, queuing delay, selected 10:00-12:00 visiting time to enter the door staff to see the reservation of two-dimensional code, travel has been pre-booked! You can buy tickets in the public number to visit the scenic area of the route, adult discount package tickets. 100 yuan, half price for middle-aged and old people over 60 years old. There are ticket offices at the entrance of each scenic spot, but there are too many people queuing to buy tickets. Mobile phone tickets are very convenient to buy tickets at Alfalfa Garden Station on Line 2 of Metro Club. When you come out, you can buy 10 yuan sightseeing tickets at the first stop: Zhongshan Mausoleum. Buy a 10 yuan mobile phone guide at the door. The explanation is very good. If you want to jump and listen in the middle, the procedure will be messy. Zhongshan Mausoleum has long stone steps. Old land legs are not good enough to bite their teeth. As a result, knees are seriously injured. Parents with bad legs and feet can just look under the steps. There are benches on each stone step. It's good to walk and rest. On the opposite side of Zhongshan Mausoleum is the music station. There is still a long stone ladder at the entrance, and it comes to a square full of white pigeons. It is beautiful. There are many children who sell pigeon food and feed pigeons. Pigeons are fat. There are many benches in the corridor, which is suitable for Laolu to rest. There's a stone ladder at the exit. Third stop: Linggu Temple. It takes more than 30 minutes to walk from Linggu Temple. In view of the poor legs and feet of old Lu Lu, he bought a 10 yuan sightseeing car and came to Linggu Temple in one breath. Just at lunchtime, I wanted to eat vegetarian noodles, but I didn't go to find them. Yi Hao went to Linggu Temple Vegetarian Restaurant and ate a vegetarian meal of 28 yuan per person. It was very rich. The meal was not enough to continue. The radish was very delicious. There were not many people to eat. There were seats and the environment was good. The scenic spot of Zhongshan is filled with osmanthus fragrance everywhere, and the fourth stop is the Ming Xiaoling Tomb. Originally, I continued to want to buy sightseeing tickets. As a result, the taxi at the entrance shouted 10 yuan, which was the same as the price of the sightseeing car, Lao Wang said that taking a taxi was better than taking a taxi because he felt that the sightseeing car had its own special lane and should be faster than a taxi. The taxi caught up with the holiday people a lot and spared him half a day. Finally, it stopped at the No.5 gate of Xiaoling Mausoleum in Ming Dynasty. The No.5 gate is close to the Meiling Palace. The Shinto is in front of the No.5 gate. Then step by step to see the cemetery. After seeing the cemetery, you can take a sightseeing bus to the No.5 gate of Xuxiaoling Mausoleum, walk to the Meiling Palace by yourself, or take a bus directly to the No.2 alfalfa garden station. You must look at the shunt sign and not stand in the wrong line. In fact, I think that the main gate of Xiaoling Maus Garden, through Shinto, from Gate 5 to Meiling Palace, which is a good route. Ming Xiaoling also has electronic commentary. Wechat pays 10 yuan. It's the same problem. Listening to the procedure is messy. Station 5: Meiling Palace. The fifth gate of Xiaoling Mausoleum of Ming Dynasty passes through Sifang City and comes to Meiling Palace. There were many people in the queue. After half an hour of queuing, I went in to see that there were no sightseeing buses in the house. I had to walk to the subway station by myself. About 10 minutes. Old land legs were not good, but there were many benches along the way, so I had to walk and rest.
Zhongshan Mausoleum needs one day to arrange. The joint ticket for Zhongshan Mausoleum is 100 yuan, which is 145 yuan. It is suggested to start with the Ming Xiaoling Mausoleum. You can take a sightseeing bus and go there for 10 yuan. Otherwise, you will be afraid of the time. After coming down from the Ming Xiaoling Mausoleum, you can go to the Meiling Palace, where you can spend a long time savoring it carefully. Then you can walk out to Zhongshan Mausoleum and Music Platform, where you can feed pigeons, and finally to Lingshu Scenic Area. Time is running out. The Ming Xiaoling and Zhongshan Mausoleums are far away. Zhongshan Mausoleum closed at 5 p.m. But 100 yuan is worth visiting for a whole day.
Very amazing view on the city from the Mausoleum. Free entrance which is amazing but a lot of stairs and people. Not so easy to reach if you can't speak Chinese.
At 10 o'clock on the 17th, the EMU arrived in the south of Nanjing. It stayed at home at Exit 1 of Zhangfuyuan. At 12 o'clock, it departed from Drum Tower Campus of Nanjing University. Two years later, my sister Dream University had a very old campus with beautiful scenery. The campus went out to Yihe Road, a Yihe Road, a history of the Republic of China, and many mansions. Later, it went to Nanjing Massacre Memorial Hall of the Japanese invaders in China. The queue was also very fast. Dinner was served at Confucius. The temple settled, and then looked at the night scenery of the Qinhuai River, returned to the hotel at more than 9 o'clock. There was no ticket for the whole day today. On the morning of the 18th, Zhongshan Scenic Spot booked tickets the night before, Zhongshan Mausoleum was free of tickets, Ming Xiaoling Mausoleum + Meiling Palace + Music Platform adult tickets 92, under the age of 18 50, Meiling Palace is worth seeing. Zhongshan Mausoleum was too hot to climb the mountain. It took a sightseeing bus in Ming Xiaoling Mausoleum. One car 200, half of the other family, went to the Presidential Palace after leaving, and more people queued to buy tickets. It's wise to buy well the day before. Adults under 37 and 18 are free. Dinner goes back to the Confucius Temple to have snacks and buy some special products. On the morning of the 19th, I went home by EMU.
A really excellent place to go it you really want to learn some chinese culture!
D3: The third day of Zhongshan Mausoleum Ming Xiaoling Linggu Temple Confucius Temple is also full. I got up early in the morning and ate "Xiao Li Guan Tang Bao" near Jiulian (honestly, Southern steamed buns are not delicious) and checked out to Nanjing South. The subway backed up to "Zhongshan Mausoleum" and sent postcards to pen pals in Yongfeng. There were so many trees along the way. It felt like walking in the big green carpet. The air was so good. Zhongshan Mausoleum is Mr. Sun Yat-sen's cemetery. It's big, but it's really worth your time to go. The second stop "Ming Xiao Mausoleum", the whole mausoleum is bigger, said to be Zhu Yunzhong's tomb, and then I think "love across time and space", I don't know if it is. The third stop "Linggu Temple", when we arrived at Linggu Temple, it was very late, and there was a drizzling rain, so fewer people. When we were angry, we bought tickets at the front foot, and the staff at the back foot did not need to buy tickets. Linggu Temple was actually the tomb of revolutionary martyrs, the Temple Pagoda was white, but it was too dark for us to enter. Why, when we entered Linggu Temple, we both felt very cautious. Especially when we entered "Wuliangdian" I had two strange feelings that something moved me. It was very obvious, not false. It was a feeling we dared not say to each other at that time. We didn't tell each other until we got home. Really, the fourth stop was still early. We went to the Confucius Temple again and felt it again. We didn't go back to Nanjing until evening to rest and go home tomorrow.
1. It is more economical to buy 100 tickets at the ticket office at the entrance of the scenic spot first; 2. Take the tourist express line across the ticket outlet to visit the Meiling Palace first; 3. The Meiling Palace goes 300 meters from the left to the gate 5 of the Ming Xiaoling Mausoleum, to the Ming Xiaoling Shinto, to the Ming Xiaoling Mausoleum; 4. Take the battery car at the No. 7 exit of the Ming Xiaoling Mausoleum (remember to make an appointment for a visit to the Zhongshan Mausoleum by Weixin in the morning or not to enter it. Visit the Music Platform and Zhongshan Mausoleum; 5. Finally, take Line 4 to Linggu Scenic Area, and finally take Bus Line 202 to return to the city or get to the place where you take the subway. Note that after 5 p.m., all the batteries in the Scenic Area leave work and remember to grasp the tour time.
Location is a little far from the downtown area, the scenic area is large, it takes at least 5 - 6 hours to basically finish. First of all, it's a little hard to climb a long ladder at the entrance, but the whole cemetery is very solemn, so when climbing the ladder, you can have a rest to enjoy the scenery. In addition, there are music stations, monuments to revolutionary martyrs and other small attractions can be visited.