渭南松赞干布The Eastern Tomb of Qing Dynasty is a national 5A-level scenic spot. It is located 30 kilometers northwest of Zunhua City, Tangshan City, Hebei Province. It is the largest surviving imperial tomb complex in China. It was built in 1661 and the last tomb of Empress Dowager Cixi was completed in 1908 There are 15 cemeteries in total. The mausoleum is about 7 kilometers long from north to south and 2-5 kilometers wide from east to west. 5 emperors, 15 queens and other royal families are buried with a total of 161 people. There are currently nine attractions open to visitors, such as Shunzhi Xiaoling Mausoleum, Kangxi Jingling Mausoleum, Qianlong Yuling Mausoleum, Ci'an Puxiangyu Dingdong Mausoleum, Yuling Concubine Garden, Xiaozhuang Wen Empress Zhaoxi Mausoleum, Cixi Mausoleum God Kitchen Library Wait. The distance between the tombs needs to take a scenic battery car.