Maoling is the tomb of Liu Che, Emperor Wudi of the Han Dynasty, located in Xingping City, Xianyang, Shaanxi Province. It is the largest Mausoleum of emperors in the Han Dynasty, with the longest construction time and the richest burial objects. It is called "Chinese Pyramid". Maoling was built between the second year of Jianyuan (139 years ago) and the second year of Houyuan (087 years ago), which lasted 53 years. The tombs accompanied by Mrs. Li, Wei Qing, Huo Qubing, Huo Guang, Jin Riyan and others. Maoling was announced by the State Council as the first batch of national key cultural relics protection units. In August 2014, 29 mausoleums of Han and Tang Dynasty, including Maoling, were included in the declaration of world cultural heritage projects.
I've been thinking about the place I want to go, but I don't want to go there. Originally, the Maoling Museum was built around Huo Qubing's Tomb, and then the real Maoling Tomb of Liu Che and the Wei Qing Tomb, which were close at hand, were blocked outside the wall. It's really hard to accept. There aren't many exhibits in the museum. What you can see is the gold, bronze and horse. There are also some very enchanting stone figures of Han Dynasty. But the lighting of the museum is so bright that people have to wonder whether the original or the replica is in the exhibition cabinet! _________ Climbing up the general's mound (which is not very good in fact) can overlook the scenic Pavilion of the whole Mao Mausoleum burial group. Only in this way can we see the real Mao Mausoleum, Madame Li's Tomb, Weiqing Tomb, Princess Pingyang Tomb and so on. Unfortunately, there's no way to get close to it. Even the Wei Qing Tomb, which is separated by a wall, can't walk through it. It makes people feel very depressed! ________
I went in March and April of 2016, when the weather was very good and the sky was very blue. Maoling is also far from the city, and there are not many tourists in the tour group. People who want to come and go have some plots. I am interested in the history of the Han Dynasty, especially Wei Qing and Huo Qubing. Maoling was actually built on the tomb of Huo Qubing. On the top of the hill was a humble pavilion with free volunteer lecturers. I'll tell you which mound is buried under which mound there are some stone carvings around Maoling. The most famous one is Ma Ta Xiongnu. These stone carvings have a history of thousands of years. But because it's stone that can be touched. There are also some small galleries next to them. Maoling is suitable for people with plots. Good place, very quiet, there is no commercial atmosphere, just a sale of calligraphy and painting.
Compared with Qianling and Terracotta Warriors and Horses, Maoling has fewer visitors, especially in the off-season. The main body of the museum is General Huo Qubing's tomb, surrounded by the tombs of Emperor Wudi of the Han Dynasty, Wei Qing, Mrs. Li, and other treasure-grade stone carvings in the museum, such as horses stepping on the Huns, as well as gold horses and other treasures. It must be a worthwhile trip for those who like generals. There is a temple of General Huo in the back hill. As for the sick stones, we can only go there.
Mao Ling is the mausoleum of Liu Che, Emperor Wudi of Han Dynasty. It is the largest Mausoleum of emperor Liu Che in the Han Dynasty, with the longest construction time and the richest funerary objects. It is called "China's Pyramid '. There are tombs accompanied by Mrs. Li, Wei Qing, Huo Qubing, Huo Guang, Jin Riyan and others. There are bell chimes in it, but the so-called calligrapher from Beijing is Xibei. I paid 300 yuan for his calligraphy quot; Ma Dacheng quot; I hope you don't fall for it when I check it out. The most impressive thing is that many national treasure stone carvings are displayed in the Shaanxi Museum of History.
It's a great pleasure to see the hero in front of the champion's tomb when you can get to Changping. But the managers of Maoling Museum are very disrespectful to heroes. One of the staff pointed to what they called "go to sick stones" and said to me "go to sick stones, step on two feet, buy a 50-Yuan ribbon bag to go to all diseases". It is quite disrespectful to name a stone under the name of a general, but also step on two feet, and amass money to such an unlimited extent. The champion Hou began to come out at the age of 18. He died young at the age of 24. He was the most brilliant meteor in the long sky of a great man. His brilliant but fleeting life was dedicated to the cause of fighting against the Huns. I hope you will not act disrespectfully towards our heroes.
The magnificent stone carving, the great Huo Qubing tomb. Emperor Wudi of Han Dynasty was saddened by his early death. The Tomb of Emperor Wudi of the Han Dynasty is not far away. Wei Qing's tomb is not far away, after all, it is Emperor Wu's determination to attack the Huns. The previous dynasty did not have this courage. Praise them!
Heroes are to make future generations remember the memorial service. Stone carvings of General Qi Qian's tomb must be carefully observed. On the top of the hill, Mao Mausoleum and Wei Qing, the tomb of Princess Pingyang, Mrs. Li's tomb, Huo Guang's tomb, a good place to remember history, there are three-hole stones playing by Emperor Wudi and ministers of the Han Dynasty, which have nothing to do with Huo Qubing.
Originally, Maoling was thought to be very small. After going there, it was found quite good. After entering, there are Suwu sheep herding, Millennium bells, national gemstone carvings, especially Ma Ta Hun, as well as Jinma and beautiful scenery. The lecturer talked very carefully, which is worth seeing!
Yes, there are few people and explanations. They are under 50 yuan for 5 people and 60 yuan for 10 people. Scenic spots are not big, and there are many national treasures. First, I went to the museum to see Guobao and listened to the 40-minute explanation. After a good turn, I took pictures. Come out and watch a 10-minute bell show, calligraphy and painting auction. One kilometer away from the museum is the real Tomb of Emperor Wudi of Han Dynasty. Without excavation, walk around and feel the tyranny of the emperor. A total of about an hour and a half.