I didn't report any hope after seeing the evaluation, and it feels good to go. After seeing the repaired mausoleum, I was not satisfied with it. I asked the staff and said that there are two on the opposite side. I keep walking along the path. There is a tomb on each side of the road. It is very large and has not been manually repaired. I really like it. Kind of primitive feeling. If you like to see ancient buildings and original things, you will love it here.
King Jingjiang was a feudal vassal entrusted to Guangxi in the Ming Dynasty. It was established in Guilin, Guangxi. This feudal vassal had two main characteristics: First, it had the most special status among the vassal vassals of the Ming Dynasty, because it was the only one who was directly crowned king in the Ming Dynasty. The second is the earliest establishment of the feudal clan, and the last extinction. Guozuo lasted the longest among the feudal clan of the Ming Dynasty, almost the same as the Ariake Dynasty.
The Jingjiang Palace was built under the Duxiu Peak in the fifth year of Hongwu (1372) and was completed in the twenty-fifth year of Hongwu (1392). The palace was constructed in accordance with the regulations of the imperial court for the palaces of the vassals. The main building is the Chengyuan Gate in the front, the Chengyun Hall in the middle, the palace in the back, and the imperial garden at the end. Surrounding the main building, there are 4 halls, 4 pavilions, terraces, pavilions, penthouses, rooms, and more than 40 places, covering an area of 19.78 hectares, and the scale is grand.
The tomb owner is Jingjiang Kangxi King Zhu Renchang and his consort. Zhu Renchang, the eldest son of King Gonghui. His biological mother was the second concubine Liu of Gonghui, who was born in Jiajing in the eleventh year. He was the eldest son in the 25th year of Jiajing, the king of Jingjiang in the third year of Wanli, and he died in ten years at the age of 51. Feizhi family, second concubine Zhao family. The son is Wang Wenyu. Four women. Burial in the 11th year of Wanli. King Kangxi’s mausoleum covers an area of 9.4 mu, with 11 pairs of mausoleum gate, stele pavilion, middle gate, Xiangdian, and Shinto stone. The stone carvings of Shinto include gatekeeper lion, warrior controlling horse, Wangzhu (embossed with panlong cloud decoration), 狻猊, 獬豸, unicorn, elephant, Binghu Wengzhong, left and right Shinto steles, waitresses, and waitresses.
Jingjiang Kings Tomb is the tomb of Jingjiang kings of the past dynasties. It is located at the southwestern foot of Yaoshan Mountain in the eastern suburb of Qixing District, Guilin, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. It is 15 kilometers from north to south and 7 kilometers from east to west. There are more than 300 tombs of relatives and relatives. The entire cemetery is large in scale and majestic. It is known as "the Tombs of the Thirteen Emperors in the North and the Tombs of Jingjiang Kings in the South". Among them, 11 people are buried in Yaoshan, which is called the "11 Tombs of Jingjiang Kings".
The Jingjiang Royal Mansion in the Jingjiang King City of Guilin City has gate towers, royal mansions, attics, study buildings, Gongyuan, Crescent Lake, cliff stone carvings, Xuanwu Pavilion, Guanyintang, Three Gods Temple, Chengyun Hall and other buildings. Xiufeng stands behind the mansion. Full price for tickets under 70 years old.
The location is in Jingjiang, still a very good place
Preston_Dominguez: Southwest of Dongjiaoyao Mountain, Qixing District, Guilin 541004, China
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Yao Mountain,Mausoleums of Jingjiang Princes,Ancient Buildings of Jiangtou Village and Changgang Village,Guilin Yaoshan Suodao,Baiyun Temple, Guilin