The Tomb of Huo Qubing is located about 15 km northeast of Xingping City, about one km northeast of Maoling Emperor of the Han dynasty. At the age of 23, Huo Qubing passed away. To honor his merits in the wars, the Emperor built his mausoleum in the northeast of his own tomb for company. On both the east and west corners in the south of his tomb, there is a meandering path leading to the top of the tomb. Its encampment is stacked with boulders and there are stone men and animals in front of the tomb. Among them, the Horse Stepping on the Huns is the main stone carving. The stone horse stands with its head held high, and under its belly is the image of the Huns struggling on the back with a bow and arrow dagger. It is a monumental work.
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