Friends who have read the notes of the tomb can go and take a look. The three-legged bird, the Queen Mother of the West, the smiling musician, etc., feel that they have visited the tomb. The tombs in the Eastern Jin Dynasty are very unique and worth visiting.
There was no plan to come here before, but when I saw this scenic spot on the map of Leshan Giant Buddha, I was particularly curious about the tomb. Although physically tired, he still came over. But after I came here, I was a little disappointed. It was just a very simple attraction, and many places were not developed. The main thing is that I haven't seen many precious cultural relics.
Leshan Giant Buddha can apply to become a world cultural heritage, Ma Haoya Tomb also contributed a lot, here is the unique tomb culture of Leshan. Unfortunately, when I visited here, I felt that there was no better development. Just being able to look far beyond the fence, not many things are excavated inside
Ma Haoya Tomb is in ancient times. It mainly refers to some tombs in the Han Dynasty. These tombs were built along the cliffs, that is, digging holes in from the cliffs, and then putting the coffins inside. There are exquisite carvings in the tombs, as well as good funeral objects. Some coffins are stone, and there are some things on the coffins, such as the West Mother, the nine-tailed fox and so on. It is said that the scenic spot of Ma Haoya Tomb has 500 tombs in an area of 0.1 square kilometers, and the tomb doors are connected to each other. It is called Ma Hao Ya Tomb because this place is called "Ma Hao".
At the entrance of the fishing village, this is an important historical relic. The ticket is included in the 80 yuan ticket for the Big Buddha Scenic Area. The unique funeral culture highlights the unique thinking and actions of the ancestors in history, and shows the cultural features of the Shu area. The inside is not big, just look at it.
Preston_Dominguez: Shizhong District, Leshan City (between Lingyun and Wuyou Mountains)
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Leshan Giant Buddha,Oriental Buddha Capital,Lingyun Temple,Jiuqu Plank Road,Lingyun Mountain