The former cemetery of the Baoji Pre-Qin Dynasty was originally called the Qin Gong I cemetery, and it was mainly located in the southern command of Fengxiang County, Baoji City, Shaanxi Province, and it was called the "Eastern inverted pyramid".
The Baoji Pre-Qin Mausoleum Museum is a site museum that mainly displays Qin Gong No. 1 tomb and its accompanying burial pit. It is also an important exhibition site for the Qin Yongcheng site. It was established in August 2000 and is the first museum in the country to raise funds for farmers. It is located in Fengxiang County South Command Town South Command Village. In September 2007, the Baoji Municipal Government restructured it into the Baoji Pre-Qin Cemetery Museum, which is under the management of the Baoji Municipal Cultural Relics and Tourism Bureau. The museum covers an area of about 65,400 square meters, and basically displays the unearthed Qin Gong No. 1 tomb, sacrificial pit, coffin chamber exhibition hall and the to-be-excavated funerary carriage and horse pit, focusing on the funeral culture of the Qin people and the early Qin people Development history. In 2000, it was rated as an A-level scenic spot. In 2013, it was named the second batch of social science education bases by the Baoji City Federation of Social Sciences. It is also a patriotic education base in Fengxiang County.
The Baoji Pre-Qin Mausoleum Museum, formerly known as Qin Gong No. 1 Tomb Museum, is mainly located in Nangui Town, Fengxiang County, Baoji City, Shaanxi Province. It is known as the "Inverted Pyramid of the East". The Qin Gong No. 1 Tomb in Fengxiang, Shaanxi is the 14th generation of Qin Shihuang in the late Spring and Autumn Period. The tomb of the fourth grandson of the ancestor Qin Mugong.
The Baoji Pre-Qin Mausoleum Museum, formerly known as Qin Gong No. 1 Tomb Museum, is mainly located in Nangui Town, Fengxiang County, Baoji City, Shaanxi Province. It is known as the "Inverted Pyramid of the East". The tomb of the fourth grandson of the ancestor Qin Mugong.
The common name is Qin Gong tomb, which king is not determined, but the scale has been very scary, the pyramid, buried with 300 people, you can see that the year the people live less than the dog.
There must be an explanation first! Twenty-one kings of the Qin Dynasty were hidden here, only one Qin Jinggong was excavated, 166 living people were buried and 20 living sacrifices, and the huge yellow intestines were extremely shocking. This tomb was stolen in the past dynasties. There were only 273 stolen caves, and 3,000 cultural relics were unearthed. This shows the strength of Qin.
This is actually the site of Qin Gong No. 1 Tomb. The tomb itself is quite shocking, and the items in the showroom are also very telling, but there must be a tour guide. This kind of historical relics cannot be understood without a tour guide.
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