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Jiuchenggong Relic Site

Jiuchenggong Relic Site

4.3/524 Reviews
Historical Site
Tangjing Relic Site

Tangjing Relic Site

4.3/58 Reviews
Historical Site
Qinling Mausoleum

Qinling MausoleumNearby City

4.4/51,612 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.
Zhou Gong Temple

Zhou Gong TempleNearby City

4.4/5221 Reviews
Historical Site
Temple
Zhou Gong Temple lies in the south foot of Phoenix Mountain, in the northwest of Qishan County, Baoji City, and is one of the key historical relics protection organizations at the provincial level as well as a scenic spot at the provincial level. The scenic spot boasts hills surrounded on three sides, leaving only the south connecting with the plain. Qishan is the origin of Zhou royalty, and many poets and literary men once traveled here and left their famous literature works that made this place well-known.
Wuzhangyuan Zhuge Liang Temple

Wuzhangyuan Zhuge Liang TempleNearby City

4.2/5196 Reviews
Historical Site
The Wuzhangyuan Zhuge Liang Temple is located on the Wuzhangyuan Terrace in the south of Qishan County, Baoji City. The temple gate is gorgeous and spectacular with a vertical wooden inscription above the gate denoting the name of the temple. According to records, Zhuge Liang Temple was built in the early Yuan Dynasty, and repeatedly renovated and improved during the Ming and Qing dynasties. Most of the existing buildings were built in the Qing Dynasty. These include the temple door, Peifang Building and both of the Xiangfang Buildings. On the east and west sides of the entrance hall, replicas of Shu generals Wei Yan and Ma Wei stand guard. Inside the temple, Zhuge Liang’s "Chu Shi Biao" stone carving stands on exhibition, and there is also a stone carving of the founding emperor Zhu Yuanzhang’s commentary on Zhuge Liang.
Tomb of Prince Yide

Tomb of Prince YideNearby City

4.1/5126 Reviews
Cemetery
In the Tomb of Prince Yide lays Li Chongrun, grandson of Tang Dynasty Emperor Gaozong Li Zhi and Empress Wu Zetian, eldest son of Emperor Zhongzong Li Xian and Queen Wei. The tomb is located very close to Qianling, the tomb of Emperor Gaozong and Wu Zetian. It is the grandest and highest level Tang Dynasty emperor’s tomb ever excavated to date. The Tomb of Prince Yide is consists of the tomb tunnel, six caverns, seven sky wells, eight houses, the emperor’s path ahead and behind, along with two tomb caverns. The murals in the tomb are very precious, rich in content and color. They fully demonstrate the manner and environment of the Tang Court during its height.
Tomb of Princess Yongtai

Tomb of Princess YongtaiNearby City

4.4/584 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.
Dafosi Grottoes

Dafosi GrottoesNearby City

4.3/573 Reviews
Historical Site
Grotto
Dafosi Grottoes is located at the foot of Mount Qingliang in Binxian County, Xianyang. It was built in the second year of the Zhenguan period during the Tang Dynasty (628 AD). Dafo Temple was originally named Qingshou Temple. The cave of the cliff was used to make stone statues, and over 1000 statues of different sizes have been made. Tang Emperor Li Shiming had it built for the soldiers who perished in the Chenzhou Qianshuiyuan Battle. It is now a Major Historical and Cultural Site Protected at the National Level.
Jiangziya Fishing Platform

Jiangziya Fishing PlatformNearby City

4/589 Reviews
Historical Site
Jiangziya Fishing Platform is located in Tianwang Town, Chencang District, Baoji City, in Fayu Valley of Tianwang Town. There is a stone platform in the middle of the stream. Legend has it that this is the place where Jiangziya secretly lived and fished before he became involved in politics during the Western Zhou Dynasty, hence its name. There are eight parts in the scenic area, including Jiangzifang Fishing Platform, China Western Film and Television Base, Jingshi Scenic Area, Mount Bijia Scenic Area and Jinboxia Scenic Area.
Zhao Mausoleum

Zhao MausoleumNearby City

4.1/5168 Reviews
Cemetery
Zhao Mausoleum is the tomb of Li Shimin, Emperor Taizong of Tang Dynasty. It is located on Jiuzong Mountain in the northeast of Liquan County, Xianyang. Zhao Mausoleum is one of the largest among the "Eighteen tombs of the Tang Dynasty" in Guanzhong, Shaanxi. The scenic spot is arranged along a central main road, with the memorial tablets of generals of the Tang Dynasty placed on both sides. After entering the gate, you will find that the terrain rises. There are four steps on the main road, with one building site on each step. The entire scenic spot is of great historical significance and value.
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