The Tomb of Princess Yongtai is the Qianling Museum. It is one of the many accompanying tombs of the Qianling Tomb of Wu Zetian. The owner of the tomb is Wu Zetian's granddaughter, who died at the age of 17. Mausoleum consists of tomb passage, cave, patio, tomb chamber and so on. The tomb was once stolen, and now the burglary cave can be seen on the tomb path. The most wonderful part of the tomb is the murals of the tomb, especially the "Gong Nv Tu" on the east wall of the former tomb. According to the tour guide, it is known as "the first beauty in ancient China". The graveway is a slope about 2 meters wide. It goes through the cave until it reaches the narrow rainway. There are six niches in the cave walls on both sides. There are painted terracotta figures, terracotta figures, tricolor horses and pottery utensils with funerary objects. They are lifelike in shape and exquisite in craftsmanship. From the tomb path to the tomb chamber, there are rich and colorful murals, royal guards of honor, as well as celestial maps, palace maps and so on. Especially in the tomb of a stone, stone wall line engraved with 15 pictures of official women figure painting.
The Tomb of Princess Yongtai, located in the west of the Qianling Tomb, is the tomb of Princess Yongtai, Wu Zetian's granddaughter. It is the highest Tomb of Tang Dynasty excavated so far. The graveway is very long and narrow. It absolutely feels like ghosts blowing lanterns. The murals inside are exquisite, but they are all replicas. The genuine works are in the Shaanxi Museum.
The Tomb of Princess Yongtai in Qianxian County is two tombs of Tang Dynasty that have been excavated. The owner is Princess Yongtai, Wu Zetian's daughter. The whole cemetery is very large. In addition to the tomb of the princess, there are also the Imperial Palace and the Qianling Museum of the Tang Dynasty. Now most of your cultural relics in the Princess Tomb are reproductions, including murals. The main thing is to go into the tomb and feel the structure and style of the Royal Tomb of the Tang Dynasty. The whole graveway is very narrow and there is a sense of depression in it. Nevertheless, you can still feel some scenes of the great Tang Dynasty, which is worth visiting.
The Tomb of Princess Yongtai, located on the north side of the Qianling Tomb, is the tomb of Princess Yongtai, Wu Zetian's daughter. The tomb path is very narrow and can only be entered by two people side by side. The tomb wall is surrounded by exquisite paintings, from which we can see the beauty of Tang Dynasty's painting art. Most of the cultural relics here are in the Shaanxi Provincial Museum. Now they are all reproductions, but they are still worth visiting.
The entrance tickets to the Qianling Mausoleum include visits to the Tomb of Princess Yongtai. Inevitably, the Tomb of Princess Yongtai has been stolen several times in history. Obvious burglaries can still be seen in the downward sloping tomb path. When visiting the tomb path, we can see that there are strong color murals on the surrounding stone walls, such as royal guards of honor and pictures of treating women in the Tang Dynasty, which make people understand the etiquette system and figures of the Tang Dynasty. There are terracotta warriors, wooden terracotta warriors and three-coloured terracotta warriors buried beside them. However, the murals seen in the tomb passages are all imitations. The authentic works have been transferred to the Shaanxi History Museum for preservation, so traveling to the Shaanxi History Museum in Xi'an can not be missed.
The unearthed cultural relics are so beautiful. Unfortunately, the two skeletons found in the original coffin are missing during the Cultural Revolution. Visiting the murals in the mausoleum, many murals were damaged by moisture erosion due to insufficient preservation ability, but when you look carefully, you can still see the exquisite murals.
Princess Yongtai's Tomb is a very worthwhile mausoleum landscape. Now excavated, visitors can visit the tomb of Princess Yongtai. The most famous one here is the mural paintings of Princess Yongtai's tomb, which are very exquisite. Many visitors come here every day.
Princess Yongtai is the seventh daughter of Li Xian of Tang Zhongzong and the granddaughter of Li Zhi and Wu Zetian of Tang Gaozong. Outside the South Gate of Princess Yongtai's tomb, there are 1 pair of stone lions, 2 pairs of stone men and 1 pair of Chinese tables, with the scale of the tomb. There are two heaps of loopholes in the middle. The cemetery consists of a grave passage, a passage hole, a patio and a tomb chamber. Both sides of the graveway are murals, which are very beautiful.