Yide Prince's Tomb, located in the north of Hanjiabao in the southeast corner of Qianling Mausoleum in Qianxian County, is the accompanying Tomb of Qianling Mausoleum. Prince Yide, Li Chongrun, was the eldest son of Li Xian in the middle of Tang Dynasty. The standard of the tomb is very high. It's an imperial tomb. After the restoration of Zhongzong, he pitied his two children who had been killed by the emperor, so he was buried again. Most of the cultural relics are in the Shaanxi Provincial Museum. But the coffin is still inside. And it can be touched, now the tour guide will generally ask you to touch, promotion and prosperity of the moral. The main point of view is the murals of the long cemetery road, but the most famous "Ladies'Pictures" and "Protocol Pictures" have been removed as a whole, and most of the remaining murals are decolored very seriously. But we can still see the weather of the flourishing Tang Dynasty. There are also some terracotta warriors in it which are very vivid. Prince Yide's tomb is the nearest earthen tomb to the Qianling Tomb. It is also a large-scale and high-standard tomb excavated so far in the Tang Dynasty, belonging to the imperial class.
Prince Yide's tomb and Princess Yongtai's tomb are also one of the seventeen burials in Ganling. Although they are accompanying tombs, the historical biography of Prince Yide and Princess Yongtai also died young because of Wu Zetian. From the murals of the underground graveway, it can be seen that Li Xian of the middle Tang Dynasty was helpless for the death of Prince Yide, the eldest son. The honor guards and the Five Palace Queens pictures in the murals belong to the specifications of the imperial class. The tomb owner's prominent position and special status, as well as the story of ghost marriage, make people feel the pity of the imperial family, can only be buried with the coffin.
Small scenic spots along the Qianling Road. After a tour guide's explanation, he had a better understanding of the struggle of the royal family at that time. Although it is a small attraction, the murals in the underground palace are astonishing. The murals of thousands of years ago have made a great contribution to the restoration of the prosperous Tang Dynasty.
It seems that there are all replicas in the scenic area, and the garbage really needs to be cleaned up. The second time I went, nothing changed. It was time to clean up the garbage. There are many articles about Xi'an tourism on the internet. Let's take a look at them when you go.
Although the prince's tomb can not be compared with the size of the imperial tomb, it is good that the place is open in the palace and can be visited. On the spot, we can see the structure and scale of the tomb, and even the coffin is solid (the two corpses inside have been taken out, of course). So in general, the cost-effectiveness ratio is still very high.