Big man, atmosphere. The bronze statue of Liu Bang, 42.6 metres high, means the rule of the Han Dynasty in 426 years, weighing 500 tons, and the cloak is particularly domineering. The altar of the Han Dynasty covers a large area of modern sculpture. Along the way to the tomb of Liu Bang's great-grandfather, Liu Qing, it is mostly built by donations to the descendants of Liu surname, which is magnificent. However, the scenic spot is still under construction or improvement. We hope to come here again after the completion of the supporting scenic spots such as museums.
It has been built for several years, and has begun to take shape. I believe it will become more and more perfect.
During construction, it has been expanded a lot. There is still water behind the Huangling Tomb. The scenery is good.
The lantern is not bad. It's a beautiful evening. It's very well received.
A generation of emperors and townships in Qianlong enclave are welcome to visit.
Located in Jinliuzhai Village, Zhaozhuang Town, Fengxian County, Jiangsu Province, the ancestral Mausoleum of the Han Emperor is a mausoleum exhibition hall centered on Liu Bang's great grandfather and Liu Qing's great ancestor. There are many historical sceneries such as Tomb hills, tombstones, temples, palaces, twenty-four chapters of statues and so on.
Beautiful environment, magnificent momentum, worth a visit.
Good! It's very powerful and overbearing. It's worth visiting for its royal flavor.