There is a bus stop in the tomb, which can be reached by going on for about 100 meters. Tickets are now up, 15 yuan. Islamic relics, the tombs of the three sages and four sages are said to be the tombs of the Middle East princes, the main relics. There are cemeteries in it. There's nothing to do with pure tourism. It's a landscape of wind tunnel stone. Generally speaking, the Hui people and the study of history have a look, as well as overseas inspections.
The pursuit of the historical imprints of believers requires careful investigation. The farther away from the noise, the more we can find the truth.
There is a picture exhibition in the Visitor Center. You can go and see it. Fifteen tickets go up the hill. Everyone must be careful when there are snakes on the mountain. There are tombs of three sages and four sages of Islam on the hill, as well as a Buddhist Shrita and a group of Ding's tombs, which are very large, all of them. Muslims come here from time to time to visit the tombs and sacrifice their ancestors.
Walking along the willow-shaded river, to a stone bridge that is the ticket office, across the bridge is the sacred place that many Islamists yearn for. The river meanders under the bridge pass by, the mausoleum on the other side is covered by pine and cypress, and the Islamic sages coming from afar are now sleeping in the tombs at the foot of the hill. Follow the stone path, and soon you will arrive at the sacred tomb. This is an open horseshoe-shaped tomb. The three sides of the corridor are built on the hills. The south side is open for worship. In the center of the tomb are two parallel granite coffins. The arched tomb coffin has a strong Islamic color. According to He Qiaoyuan's records in Mingshu at the end of Ming Dynasty, the two disciples of Mohammed who came to Quanzhou to preach during the reign of Tang Wude (618-626 A.D.) were buried in the Holy tomb. On the stone tablet in the middle of the corridor of the Holy tomb, the inscription "A group of Muslims who lived in Quanzhou in 722 Huili (1343 A.D.) to rebuild the holy tomb is recorded. May Allah protect them and repair the blessed tomb, in order to obtain the joy and abundant reward of the noble and solemn Allah, the blessing of Allah. They came to this country in the age of Fairfaul, and were said to have acted well, and later to have passed from immortality to eternity. People believe in it because of its good fortune. Once they encounter difficulties, they are helpless. They come to see the ceremony, pray for the implied light, and have dedication. They all benefit and return safely. The monument was written in Ramadan, 722. " The stone bridge at the entrance is one of the eight scenic spots in Quanzhou. Then, I took a picture among the flowers by the bridge. The shadows of flowers and leaves are clearly reflected on the stone path. The breeze is blowing, and the shadows of flowers on the stone path are swaying, gently like a girl swinging her waist and legs, which adds a few charms to the lonely mountain.
Located in Lingshan Mountain outside the East Gate of Quanzhou, two Islamic missionaries are buried here. They are believed to be Mohammed's disciples. They are quiet and the windy stone scenic spot is nearby.
Lingshan Islamic Holy Tomb is the oldest and most perfect Islamic holy site in China. According to historical records, it is the tomb of four Mohammed sages who came to China to preach during the reign of Tang Wude (618-626 A.D.). Located at the south foot of Lingshan Mountain in Fengze District, Quanzhou City, Fujian Province, two tombs are juxtaposed. The tomb covers are carved in granite. A horseshoe-shaped corridor is built on the hill behind the tomb. The height of the corridor is about 3 meters. Several stone pillars in the corridor resemble the ribs of weaving. The ancient architectural experts call them prisms, which have typical architectural features of the Tang Dynasty.
I also visited a similar Muslim cemetery for the first time, feeling that the religious atmosphere is very strong, the cemetery area is not large, quiet place.
I have been here many years ago, but I don't remember much about it. I just remember the feeling. It feels that there are not many tourists here. It's quiet, because it's a little scary to go alone. But I still like this place very much. At that time, I really hope to have another person to accompany me. I'll take a look here and feel it slowly.
There are more than three tickets..... I don't remember exactly how much, it should be no more than 10. Lingshan Holy Tomb is at the gate of a small community, there are many buses in front of it, but nobody in the scenic spot.. Probably the time period of occasional visit is near noon. When we enter the cemetery, we can see a huge stone, called BiXX, which is said to be able to move. Occasionally cheap, we push it without feeling... Walking up is the Holy Tomb, in Islamic style, surrounded by a circle of steles. Some of the monuments of the local saints are followed by the tombs of the local Ding family.
Before arriving at the sacred tomb, you can see a huge statue of Zheng Chenggong from a distance. It enters the sacred tomb through the gate of the sacred tomb, buys tickets and crosses a small bridge to the cemetery. The first thing you see is a piece of rock with wind, which will shake with the wind, but will not fall off the stone platform. Then you go up, it is the main Tomb of the sacred tomb, mostly simple and monotonous. Generally speaking, this is one. Ordinary small attractions.