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朱琪

4/5
Reviewed on Jun 15, 2015

直接上图,景区还挺美的,有时间可以去看看,五一去的,人还挺少

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Suihuang Mausoleum, also known as Suiren's Cemetery, is the cemetery of Suiren who invented wood drilling for fire in ancient times. It is located three miles southwest of the ancient city of Shangqiu. According to "Guided House Records", "Han Feizi", "Zuo Zhuan", "The Age of Three Emperors and Five Emperors," and other classics record: "The Suihuang Mausoleum is in the northwest of Lubotai". According to expert textual research, the Suiren clan is the number one person in the world and the ancestor of the Chinese nation.    Suiren’s cubic teeth and celestial observations established China’s first surname-"Feng surname", researched and formulated China’s first calendar, established Shangqiu as the world, and established China’s first capital in Shangqiu. Because of his great contribution, he was respected as the "Mikado" by future generations, ranking first among the "Three Emperors". The Suihuang Mausoleum has undergone many restorations and expansions. It covers an area of more than 440 acres. The tomb of the Suihuang Mausoleum is square cone-shaped, 82 meters long and 13.9 meters wide. There is a Shinto path in the front and stone statues such as dragons, phoenix and unicorns on both sides. Surrounded by lush pine and cypress. The high platform in front of the mausoleum covers an area of about 1,400 square meters and is 3.6 meters high. It can accommodate 1,500 people to worship at the same time. The green grass in the cemetery is full of green grass and blooming flowers. The Suiren’s tomb is tall and tall. After the rebuilding of the Sui Dynasty, the Suihuang Mausoleum has formed a cemetery covering an area of more than 40,000 square meters. The 5,000-meter-long wall and wall tiles are antique and the mausoleum has three tangles, which is very spectacular. Entering the Suihuang Mausoleum, the first thing you see is a Shinto, on both sides of the Shinto, there are neatly arranged stone sculptures, solemn and solemn, the tombs and statues of the Sui people stand in the center of the mausoleum, surrounded by cypresses and green grass. Suihuang Mausoleum, also known as Suiren's Cemetery, is the cemetery of Suiren who invented wood drilling for fire in ancient times. It is located three miles southwest of the ancient city of Shangqiu. According to "Guided House Records", "Han Feizi", "Zuo Zhuan", "The Age of Three Emperors and Five Emperors," and other classics record: "The Suihuang Mausoleum is in the northwest of Lubotai". According to expert textual research, the Suiren clan is the number one person in the world and the ancestor of the Chinese nation.    Suiren’s cubic teeth and celestial observations established China’s first surname-"Feng surname", researched and formulated China’s first calendar, established Shangqiu as the world, and established China’s first capital in Shangqiu. Because of his great contribution, he was respected as the "Mikado" by future generations, ranking first among the "Three Emperors". The Suihuang Mausoleum has undergone many restorations and expansions. It covers an area of more than 440 acres. The tomb of the Suihuang Mausoleum is square cone-shaped, 82 meters long and 13.9 meters wide. There is a Shinto path in the front and stone statues such as dragons, phoenix and unicorns on both sides. Surrounded by lush pine and cypress. The high platform in front of the mausoleum covers an area of about 1,400 square meters and is 3.6 meters high. It can accommodate 1,500 people to worship at the same time. The green grass in the cemetery is full of green grass and blooming flowers. The Suiren’s tomb is tall and tall. After the rebuilding of the Sui Dynasty, the Suihuang Mausoleum has formed a cemetery covering an area of more than 40,000 square meters. The 5,000-meter-long wall and wall tiles are antique and the mausoleum has three tangles, which is very spectacular. Entering the Suihuang Mausoleum, the first thing you see is a Shinto, on both sides of the Shinto, there are neatly arranged stone sculptures, solemn and solemn, the tombs and statues of the Sui people stand in the center of the mausoleum, surrounded by cypresses and green grass.