Because I like Li Zhiwu's couple very much, I have been there twice. This is a model of the Tang Dynasty "taking mountains as mausoleums", which made the construction of the mausoleums of the Tang Dynasty finally perfect and fixed, and had a far-reaching impact on the system of the mausoleums of later generations. Personally, I feel that the Qianling Mausoleum is the best original state in the imperial mausoleum, with a large amount of historical remains, not to mention stone carvings. The layout and overall prospect of the mausoleum are beautiful, and modern artificial decoration is rare. It is very difficult to have such a grand scene. After visiting the remains of the stone carvings, it is rare to climb the Lingshan Mountains (neither allowed nor inconvenient for Zhaoling Maoling of Shihuang Maoling), and not too high to climb up, which is very troublesome (lazy can also ride horses), to have a look at the Qianling "Shuangrufeng", "Sleeping Beauty and Huangchaogou, overlooking the Guanzhong Plain. The first time I went there in a hurry, I was in a hurry to go all the way, so I rode up the hill. This time again is the experience, slowly climbing their own mountain, around the main mausoleum Liangshan, the same day it snowed, the mountain slowly walk, quite pleasant. If time is not enough or traffic is inconvenient, it is enough to see one accompanying grave. Prince Yide's grave has the highest specifications. Go in and have a look at the structure and construction. Because the quintessence of accompanying tombs is murals, especially those unearthed from the tombs of Qianling Mausoleum. But they have all been uncovered and moved to the Shanbo Mural Museum (300 yuan for a visit). All the murals seen on the spot are reproduced in situ. Comparing with other mausoleums of Guanzhong emperor - "Zhaoling only has museums to see, Lingshan is nothing to see. Although Jiurong Mountain is very magnificent and handsome (too eager to climb it, one day it will be realized), after all, the whole remains and development of Zhaoling are too few. Unfortunately, there are too many modern artificial decorations in Maoling, and its own points of view are very few (unless you are Emperor Wudi of Han and Huo go). The terracotta warriors and horses in Shihuang Mausoleum have to go to scenic spots, but the dump can only be seen from afar. Interested in the imperial mausoleum and loving friends of the Tang Dynasty, I personally feel that the Qianling Tomb can not be missed. Some Tucao have nothing to see, I can only show the booth. The unexcavated imperial tombs can see this. If Qianling does not see anything, other mausoleum will not be better than it, but the value of the imperial mausoleum is there.
There is no doubt that Xianyang Oriental Emperor Valley is the leader of a series of imperial mausoleums, and the key scenic spot of Xi'an West Line. Tourists who are interested in history (who are not interested in history and will not appear in Xi'an) must not miss it. Traffic is very convenient. You can take a 3-way tour in Xi'an. You can go back at 8:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. for 2 hours. The fare is 8 yuan. You can also report a one-day tour casually, linking up with other Imperial Mausoleums and Famen temples, but a one-day tour will basically have a small shop, but you can rest assured that there is no forced buying and selling, but only a waste of more than half an hour. Qianling Mausoleum is the joint burial tomb of Wu Zetian and Li Zhi. I think there are five bright spots in Qianling Mausoleum. One bright spot is that the only joint burial Mausoleum of husband and wife emperors in the world and the seventy-three mausoleums of emperors sung in Shaanxi folk songs. Highlight 2: Needless to say, without a word, it's worth two hours just to punch a card. Highlights 3: Walking up another 30 meters without a headless tablet, there is a group of statues, that is, the famous sixty-one ministers. Wu Zetian made a stone statue according to the characteristics of sixty-one countries that had contacts with the Tang Dynasty. It is said that each one of them could clearly see its national characteristics at that time, but now it is hard to see without a head. Some people say it is Wu Zetian who broke his head. The deliberate deterrence of a large number of countries, some people say that the cultural revolution created the evil, also can not be verified. Highlights 4: Only two of the 73 tombs of Qin and Han Dynasties were not stolen, one of the first mausoleums of Qin Shihuang and the other of Qianling. Because of biochemical reasons, the thieves dared not enter the mausoleum. Now the fields beside the mausoleum are abandoned, because the mercury content is beyond the standard. The Qianling Tomb is a physical reason. It was sealed with stone and metal. Warlords bombed it three times in the Republic of China and did not explode it. Under the technical conditions at that time, it was a miracle. Tourists with good physical strength could climb to the top of the mountain to find the tomb. Highlight 5: The tombs of Prince Yide and Princess Yongtai, two subsidiary sites of the Qianling Mausoleum, are worth visiting. Especially the tombs of Prince Yide, which have deep underground palaces, are also the land of the honor guard map of the Quelou, one of the three great treasures of Shaanxi Province. It is strongly recommended to visit them.
Maybe it was because I liked to watch "Exploration and Discovery" when I was a child, and I was fascinated by the majesty and mystery of Qianling Mausoleum. Before going to the Qianling Tomb, I had been struggling about whether to report to the group, but I didn't want to go to Famen Temple very much. There was no separate Qianling Line in the travel agency, so I planned to go there alone. Looking at the travel strategy online, I said there was a bus to Qianling at the railway station. I asked someone and said it was out of service. Then I took the train to Qianxian. Qianxian Railway Station is not what I imagined. There are no buses or taxis around it. There are endless orchards. Fortunately, there are some private cars available. Qianling scenic spot is widely scattered, so I have to take a sightseeing bus. Fortunately, I met some tour groups. I went to the underground palace to see flowers on horseback first, and then listened to the explanation behind them. Wordless tablets are the last to see, very shocking. After introducing the wordless tablet, the tour group left. I went to climb Liangshan again. In other words, the scenery on the mountain is also very good. But don't think about looking for the entrance to the tomb. The lecturer said that it had already been sealed back. In short, the Qianling Tomb is worth visiting.
The Qianling Tomb, located on Liangshan Mountain, 6 kilometers north of Qianxian County, Xianyang City, Shaanxi Province, is a joint Tomb of Tang Gaozong Li Zhi and Wu Zetian. The Qianling Tomb was built in the first year of Tang Guangzhai (684). In the second year of Shenlong (706), the tomb was built in the way of "Yinshan is the tomb". The tomb area was modeled after Chang'an City of Beijing Normal University. In addition to the main tomb, there are 17 small accompanying tombs in the Qianling Tomb, with other members of the royal family and ministers buried. The Qianling Tomb is the most well preserved one of the eighteen tombs of the Tang Dynasty, and the only tomb in the Tang Tomb that has not been stolen. On March 4, 1961, the Qianling Tomb was announced by the State Council as the first batch of national key cultural relics protection units. The impression of Qianling Mausoleum is magnificent, and it is not disturbed by any commercial atmosphere. It openly shows the magnificent atmosphere of the Tang Dynasty. Wu Zetian and Tang Gaozong are legendary enough. Sima Dao, stone carvings and stele carvings are all very grand.
Qianling Tomb is a combination of several scenic spots such as Qianling Tomb, Princess Yongtai Tomb and Prince Yide Tomb. It sells tickets 122 and orders 102 online. It rains when it goes, so Qianling Tomb cannot go. The road is hard to walk. However, because it is National Day, so many people come. The Tomb of Princess Yongtai is well preserved and worth visiting. Relevant unearthed exhibits are also worth seeing. Tang Dynasty is indeed a great dynasty.
1.120 yuan admission ticket and 30 yuan environmental protection ticket seem not cheap, but they actually include five scenic spots such as Wuze Cemetery of Tang Gaozu, Prince Yide's Tomb, Princess Yongtai's Tomb and 15 kilometers'drive. 2. The Qianling Mausoleum has not been stolen and the underground palace has not been excavated, so you can only climb the Liangshan where the mausoleum is located and overlook the whole mausoleum; 3. The key point of visiting the Qianling Mausoleum is the wordless tablet with many stories and above. Mysterious, it is suggested that the ability of the guide, poor tour guide, greatly increase the experience.
I hitchhiked to Qianxian on the side of Xianyang Road and took the No. 2 bus to Qianling directly in the county seat. When you buy tickets, you will be recommended a 30-yuan scenic car. You can buy it because it is not realistic to walk around the four scenic spots. There are many scenic spots on Sima Road in Qianling, such as Huabiao, Yima, Wuzibei and so on. The remaining three tombs, the Qianling Museum built on the tomb of Princess Yongtai, can be visited. Finally, this scenic spot is worth visiting. There are many things to see. There are explanatory services in the ticket office of the scenic spot.
The Qianling Tomb is the tomb of Tang Gaozong and Wu Zetian, the only empress in Chinese history. There are more than 100 large-scale stone inscriptions in the cemetery, including erect and towering octagonal prism-shaped watches, winged horses standing at any time, stone lions standing high in front of the emperor's mausoleum, sacred chronicle tablets which set a precedent for making meritorious deeds in front of the emperor's mausoleum, unscripted monuments with meritorious deeds left in the comments of later generations, stone statues of literary and military servants standing in neat rows like arched hands on the chapel hall, and in accordance with the Bashan Mountains. The sixty-one stone statues of vassals, which were sculpted by Wang Bin who came to worship in the water, were magnificent in shape, full in line, refined in blade and exquisite in sculpture, all of which showed the high stone carving skills and cultural charm of the time. It deserves to be praised as the Open-air Museum of Stone Carving Art in the Flourishing Tang Dynasty. Standing on Sima Road, looking around, with a broad vision, the red sun in the sky, the white cloud in the blue sky seems to take us back to the prosperous period of the Tang Dynasty. After Zhenguan's rule, the political, economic, cultural and military diplomacy of the Tang Dynasty reached its full peak. The country is prosperous, the economy is prosperous, trade exchanges, and the Yi people are subordinate to it. The magnificent Tang Dynasty Chang'an City is full of traffic. It is a great sight for literati and poets to recite poems and fu. The land Silk Road will spread the splendid Chinese civilization to all over the world... Looking up again at the long white clouds in the sky, silently wishing the once troubled motherland a great rejuvenation as soon as possible and a new prosperity.
In the past, the grave was not opened. From Xi'an, we took a bus to Qianxian County. We got off the bus and took a taxi. Four people carpooled. The taxi driver took five scenic spots (included in the joint ticket). It's also good to listen to other guides in Qianling. The hill and the entrance of the tomb road behind did not pass, and the construction of the tomb side was very simple. We walked along the large slope of the tomb road. There is a dungeon palace imitating the Tang Dynasty. It's not very interesting, but it includes a joint ticket and goes around.
Located in Liangshan, Qianxian County, Xianyang City, it is the tomb of Wu Zetian and Tang Gaozong Li Zhi. It is also the only Tomb of Tang Dynasty emperor's mausoleum that is well preserved and has not been destroyed. There are several small tombs of Princess Princess Princess around the cemetery. They are tied up and sold tickets. Time is abundant to see them. But the most worthwhile ones are still the wordless tablets and headless stone statues. Because there is no excavation, the Qianling Tomb can only see the appearance. However, as the only female emperor in China, the legend of a single wordless tablet is enough to convince people.