Qufu travel can choose. Shaohao Mausoleum, Shaohao tomb of the Three Emperors and Five Emperors, is also the location of Shouqiu where the Yellow Emperor was born. Very small place, the charge is fifty, it is more expensive, there are few people, you can have fun!
The ticket price is expensive, 50 yuan. The scenic spot is quiet and simple, with towering old trees, and the light blue feathers of the long-tailed chaffinch in the forest are beautiful. Shouqiu, a symbol of the birthplace of the Yellow Emperor, is made of stone, shaped like a pyramid. The Qingqing uplift behind the altar is Shaohao Mausoleum. Opposite Shaohao Mausoleum is the Song Jingling Palace site, which is free to visit.
Shouqiu is said to be the birthplace of the Yellow Emperor, one of the ancestors of the Chinese nation. During the Zhenzong period of the Song Dynasty, Song Zhenzong built a Jingling Palace in Shouqiu to worship the Yellow Emperor as the ancestor. Jingling Palace originally had 1,320 halls for jade carvings of the emperor's statues, and the Taimiao rituals were used for sacrifice. The ritual system was the highest at that time. The temple was unfortunately destroyed at the end of Yuan Dynasty. Now a park has been built on the site of Jingling Palace, and there are only double steles left in the garden, which is the largest stele in my country. Shaohao Mausoleum. This tomb is one of the famous ancient tombs in our country. It is the tomb of Shaohao, one of the "Three Emperors and Five Emperors" in ancient China. It is said that Shaohao lived 100 years old and reigned for 84 years. miracle.
Rare cultural heritage, very cheating tourist attraction! The scenic spot is poorly developed and the traffic is extremely inconvenient. The fifty-fifty ticket is simply slaughter! Recommended by friends who are interested in culture, don't go if you are not!
Shaohao Mausoleum is known as the "Chinese Pyramid". The graveyard of Shaohao
Again you have to rent a car to get here, recommend you to do it at the same trip with Ni Shan (Ni Mountain)
China suffers from "most famous" syndrome. In Qufu, this means that the big three (temple, mansion and cemetery) are overcrowded with megaphone packs and other nearby attractions are virtually deserte...
Preston_Dominguez: Qufu, Jining, Shandong, China
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Mausoleum of Shaohao,Shouqiu Scenic Resort,zhu si shu yuan