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Qinling Mausoleum
4.4/5
1,574 Reviews
Cemetery
The Qinling Mausoleum was constructed in the year 684 and is one of the rare places in China - or even the world - where emperors from two dynasties and an imperial husband and wife are interred. Emperor Gaozong of Tang (Li Zhi) and his wife Wu Zetian, China’s only empress, are interred here. This mausoleum is also one of the few imperial tombs in China that has not been looted. The Qinling Mausoleum Scenic Area is quite large. In addition to the Qinling Mausoleum itself, it also contains many “companion tombs” (peizangmu) in which members of the imperial court and major ministers are buried. The tombs of Prince Zhanghuai, Crown Prince Yide, and Princess Yongtai are currently being excavated.
Famen Temple
4.5/5
3,268 Reviews
Temple
Famen Temple is located in Fufeng County, Baoji City. Originally constructed during the late Eastern Han dynasty, it was an imperial temple during the Tang dynasty (618-907) because it housed the holiest of Buddhist items, a finger bone of the Gautama Buddha (Sakyamuni), thereby becoming a holy place revered across the country. Today's Famen Temple comprises two parts: the cluster of old Tang-style architecture (the Famen temple complex and True Relic Pagoda) and the newly built cultural scenic area. The precious true relic of the finger bone of the Gautama Buddha is enshrined in the Namaste Dagoba on the east side of the cultural scenic area.
Tomb of Princess Yongtai
4.5/5
78 Reviews
Cemetery
Tomb of Princess Yongtai, one of the tombs of Qianling, is located in the southeast of Qianling. Li Xianhui, the owner of the tomb, is the granddaughter of Li Zhi, Gaozong of Tang, and Wu Zetian. She is also the daughter of Li Xian, Zhongzong of Tang. When she died, she was only 17 years old. She was buried with her husband Wu Yanji in Qianling. The Tomb of Princess Yongtai is a large and well-preserved female tomb of the Tang Dynasty, excavated in Shanxi Province after the founding of China.
Fortifications of Xi'an
4.6/5
20,790 Reviews
Historical Site
Xi'an City Wall is a landmark of this ancient city. The city walls that we see now were built in the early years of the Ming dynasty and they are now more than 600 years old. The walls were built on the foundations of the imperial city of the Tang Dynasty and they are formed together with a series of defensive installments such as moats and turrets. At present, Xi’an City Wall can be accessed by many city gates. Visitors can choose the nearest one to them. The South Gate is the visitor entrance of Xi’an City and is also the city gate with more tourists. Cycling on the ancient walls is a good experience. Riding on the wall overlooking the ancient capital of the thirteenth dynasty, you will have a feeling of travelling through time.

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