Matteo Ricci's tomb is located in the center of the broad green courtyard of the Party School of the Beijing Municipal Party Committee outside Fuchengmen. There is a small cemetery surrounded by a brick wall. There are two gray iron flower lattices in the South wall. Several green cypress trees are planted in the cemetery. This is not open to the outside world.
A typical unit building group in the 1980s was shrouded in pines and cypresses. From the space between the shadows, we can see a Han Baiyu tombstone, under which dozens of Ming and Qing missionaries were buried. And the tallest one is the "Cemetery of the Jesuits of Shirley".
At present, the Party School has restricted pedestrian access, which makes it slightly inconvenient to visit.
For a hundred years, the church has ceased to exist, leaving only its remains.
The place is very good. There are many people. Everyone likes it. Next time you have a chance to go back.
It's amazing, it's mysterious, it's interesting and I like it very much.