Xiaoling Tomb of Ming Dynasty, Tomb of Zhu Yuanzhang, Empress Madrid, List of World Cultural Heritage Protection, 5A Scenic Spot. The Ming Xiaoling Mausoleum influenced the emperor's mausoleum system in the later Ming and Qing dynasties. After more than 600 years of storms, rain and snow, and changes of age, we can still see the magnificent momentum from the decline. After visiting the scenic spot of Zhongshan Mausoleum, because there are many tourists during the National Day holiday, the tourist routes in the scenic spot are crowded with buses. When children's energy permits, they walk along the forest path to the Ming Xiaoling Mausoleum. They enter the Ming Xiaoling Mausoleum from Gate 7. To be honest, they do not rely on Baidu Map to navigate. The scenic area is so large that they can easily go wrong way. After entering the scenic area from Gate 7, Lin Xiaoling Mausoleum. The main road feels good. It seems that many tourists have disappeared during the holidays, leaving only ancient trees on both sides. This season is the fragrant season of Osmanthus fragrance. The subtle fragrance is refreshing and comfortable. From Wenwu Fangmen, we enter the core scenic spot of Ming Xiaoling Mausoleum. We walk along the straight central axis and see a red house with a stone tablet standing in the middle. The last four gold inscriptions "Longzhi Tang Song Dynasty" are written. Colour big character, also saw these four words in Yuejiang Building. According to the article, it was written by Zhu Yuanzhang, the emperor of the Ming Dynasty, when he visited the south of Kangxi, because Zhu Yuanzhang was a legendary emperor, and later emperors respected him. The monument should have been destroyed, and the broken lines in the middle can be clearly seen. Along the road, there are some architectural traces left on both sides of the road. There are only ruins left on both sides of the East and West palaces, and the main buildings are missing. After passing through Neihongmen, the Ming Building of Xiaoling Mausoleum of Ming Dynasty, that is, Zhu Yuanzhang's mausoleum, will soon arrive. After the Shengxian Bridge (Mount Tai has Shengxian Square), you can see the Ming Tower (Baoding) from a distance. For more than 600 years, you can still feel that magnificent momentum. During the National Day, because there are too many tourists, you can only enter in batches. Climb up to the second floor of the Ming Dynasty building. Inside, along the walls hang the brief introduction of the emperors of the Ming Dynasty in sequence. Golden Water Bridge and Lingxing Gate are used to walk outside, leading to the Shinto and Stone Statue Road with high exit rate. The Shinto is lined with Ginkgo trees, and the view will be better in late autumn when the leaves of Ginkgo are yellow. There are two kinds of officials standing on the stone statues, namely, civil and military officials, followed by stone statues, camels, ferrets, stone lions, guarding both sides of the Shinto. Go straight ahead and come to Sifang City. Zhu Di, the ancestor of Ming Dynasty, praised Zhu Yuanzhang's monument of merit and virtue. A big turtle held a stone tablet. In fact, Xiaoling in Ming Dynasty is worth a day to visit and savor slowly.
The experience was pretty amazing! ❤️
The Tomb of Emperor Zhu Yuanzhang, the founding emperor of the Ming Dynasty. From a cemetery can give you a Ming Dynasty atmosphere, frugality, but without losing grace. From the very beginning, the emperor of the Ming Dynasty ruled the army strictly for the benefit of the people under heaven. Shun Chang, adversity die. A cemetery, a long historical story, is worth visiting. Come out and visit Zhongshan Mausoleum.
The Ming Xiaoling Mausoleum is situated at the south foot of Zijin Mountain, Xuanwu District, Nanjing City, Jiangsu Province, under Dulongfu Playing Pearl Peak. It is adjacent to Zhongshan Mausoleum in the East and Meihua Mountain in the south. It is the largest Mausoleum of emperors in Nanjing and one of the largest mausoleums of emperors in ancient China. It is the tomb of Zhu Yuanzhang, the founding emperor of the Ming Dynasty, and Mashi, the empress of the Ming Dynasty. It is named Xiaoling because of Queen Zhu , filial piety As the head of the Ming Tombs in China, the Ming Xiaoling Mausoleum is magnificent and magnificent, representing the highest achievements of the Ming Dynasty's architecture and stone carving art. In 2003, the UNESCO World Heritage Committee decided at its 27th session that the Ming Xiaoling Tomb should be included in the World Heritage Site. Inside, the Shinto is 2,400 meters long. From Xiamafang to Wenwu Fangmen, there are stone lions, ferocious lions, camel elephants, kirins, horses and elephants, 24 of them, two stone pillars and four Wenchenwu generals. Stone humans and animals are huge and lifelike. They are art treasures of Ming Dynasty stone carvings.
Thirty years ago, now it's like a park, less primitive and wild, too commercial. The parking fee for self-driving tour is 3 yuan per quarter of an hour, which is reasonable. You don't need a tour guide to play by yourself. There's an interpreter at the door. It's OK to listen to group guides. There are many travel teams along the way. Besides, there are introductory signs in every scenic spot. The tour guide is just a bit of wild history anecdote.
As a native of Nanjing, the Ming Xiaoling Mausoleum in autumn is also full of charm. Autumn must come to Ming Xiaoling to feel the colorfulness and richness of autumn. All the way purple and red leaves hang on the branches and spread on the ground. The surprise and aesthetic feeling you bring will only be realized when you come here.
Ticket value of 70 yuan is not worth it. This problem varies from person to person and from entrance to park. Personally, I think it's worth it. I came in from the entrance of Shinto, because at least I wanted to see Shinto. The whole 700 years of Ming Xiaoling Mausoleum, the buildings on the ground must be invisible, and the underground mausoleum has not yet been developed. The only complete preservation is the stone man and stone beast who guarded the whole mausoleum area, and this is the essence. Walking through the Shinto and touching the stone statues at close range can truly feel the monarchy. Can also touch but the vicissitudes of history.
The first section of the Shinto is the Shixianglu Road, the lion, the ferocious, the camel, the elephant, the unicorn, the horse, six kinds of God beasts arranged at one time, which is the symbol of the defense, *ward off evil spirits and etiquette. The second section is Weng Zhonglu. One pair of pillars, two pairs of military generals and two pairs of Wenchen are the guardians and protectors of the mausoleum. The third part is the tomb area. It is also the founding emperor. It is bigger here than the Qing Fuling Tomb in Shenyang. It can be seen that after twenty or thirty years of development after the founding of the Ming Dynasty, the national strength is relatively strong. In Nanjing, there are only Zhu Yuanzhang's mausoleums, and other mausoleums of the Ming Dynasty are in the Ming Tombs of Beijing. An old emperor lay here by himself, feeling a little cold and lonely. Ha-ha, maybe the character of the emperor determines such a fate. The Zixia Lake beside the mausoleum is very beautiful. Some old Nanjing people swim and walk here, which is a very comfortable place.
The Ming Xiaoling Mausoleum is a big park with beautiful environment and suitable for time to stroll slowly. It imitates the garden and scenes in the dream of the Red Chamber. No tickets are required to go before 6:30 in the morning. After 6:30, the tickets are 70 yuan. The lotus and balustrade of the Ming Xiaoling Mausoleum are the most popular ones. The balustrade is the only antique in the park. It has been 600 years, standing quietly to see all the changes in the wind and clouds in front of us.