In the tomb of Han "flying general" Li Guangzhi, Mao Zedong wrote a poem "Out of the Great Wall" in modern times, and Chiang Kai-shek wrote the poem on Li Guang's tombstone tower, expressing his condolences and admiration for Li Guang.
Not big attractions, but as a place to commemorate the general fly is also valuable, 10 yuan ticket is suitable, suitable for friends who like history.
The tomb of Li Guang I went to see was on a hill on the outskirts of the city. To walk a small section of dirt road uphill. The mausoleum itself is very small, just a cemetery and a stele inscribed by Chiang Kai-shek. There are very few people, even if it is the May Day holiday, there are only two or three people. Twenty fares are too expensive. The mausoleum is very quiet, you can sit for a long time, and it is very comfortable. The tomb is known as a burial mound, but it is estimated that the people built it by themselves at a very late stage.
Li Guang’s tomb is located in Tianshui. Li Guang was a flying general in the Han Dynasty, a native of Tianshui in Gansu, and a very sad general. Here is an introduction to Li Guang’s life
Don't forget, the ticket is 10 yuan. A very good place to worship the parachutist Li Guang.
Preston_Dominguez: Qinzhou, Tianshui, Gansu, China
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Fuxi Temple,Yuquan Temple,Nanguo Temple,Li Guang Tomb,Nanzhaizi