The ancient Duling site in the southeastern suburb of Xi'an has undergone great changes in development. Thousands of acres are open, the ravines, trees, and streams are full of vitality, and the roads are wide and flat. The "Guanzhong Grassland" beside the road really resembles the style of Inner Mongolia, with lush green grass and lush trees, and visitors sing and dance. The open-air bonsai of "Tang Yuan" is elegant and spectacular, and has a special taste. The "Flower Sea" is endless, with all kinds of flowers competing for beauty, intoxicating and pleasing to the eye.
Duling National Heritage Park was once the mausoleum of Emperor Xuan Xun's Liu Xun in the late Western Han Dynasty, and the two rivers, Bin and Chan, passed through this place. It can be used as a base for the propaganda of Chinese Han culture. It adopts comprehensive measures such as inscriptions, sculptures, gardens, and performing arts to mark the period and many advanced and fashionable cultures. Through in-depth excavation and inheritance, it is helpful to protect Chinese traditional cultural genes and promote China. Traditional culture has important practical significance. Here displays the Han Dynasty fashion culture exhibition area, providing visitors with a large platform for sightseeing, leisure, appreciation, experience, learning and participation. The place is magnificent, but the service facilities are still under construction, so look forward to it being even more beautiful in the future!
Du Ling is the mausoleum of Emperor Liu Xun, the "lord of ZTE" of the Han Dynasty. It is located in the south of Xi'an and has been a famous outing place since ancient times. In March of Yangchun, peaches, plums, and pears open up in Duling Ruins Park, as if to take people through thousands of years.
It’s a little far away from Xi’an. Take the subway to Qinglong Temple and change to a bus to Hanxuan Emperor Mausoleum Station. From the gate of the scenic spot, you need to walk 1.1 kilometers to reach the mausoleum. The imperial tomb is a bit desolate, and there are no remaining ground buildings except the tomb. Liu Xun lay here for a long time. Was the lonely environment and tourists a blessing or a curse for the "Lord of ZTE" in the Western Han Dynasty?
The tickets are not expensive. I went there in autumn. It was full of fallen leaves. It rained that morning. The air was very fresh and the leaves were creaking. I first visited the Qin Brick and Han Tile Museum. There are many things worthy of appreciation. After that, I went to see the tombs of Emperor Han Xuan and the King and Queen. I have seen Wulong Chuangqingguan before, and I have always been excited to come here. I also have enough knowledge about Emperor Xuan of the Han Dynasty. I feel more relaxed when I come here. I really want to bring my family here for a walk and enjoy it. I strongly recommend coming here.
It is worthwhile for everyone to visit and understand Chinese culture [cost-effective]
Preston_Dominguez: No.1 Yanxiang Road, Yanta District, Xi'an
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended China Tangyuan,Qinzhuanhanwa Museum,Duling Ruins Park,Xi'an Botanical Garden New District,