The Tomb of Yang Guifei, the seventh emperor of the Tang Dynasty, is the tomb of Yang Yuhuan, the favorite concubine of Li Longji, Emperor Xuanzong of the Tang Dynasty. It has been more than 1200 years since then. It is located in Maweipo, 63 kilometers west of Xi'an. It is famous at home and abroad for its unique charm of "preserving incense in ancient graves, and shining in poetry tablets". Yang Guifei's cemetery is small and exquisite. It covers an area of 3000 square meters. On the front of the entrance, there are three ancient-style Memorial halls. Through the memorial hall, there are tombs, covering an area of about one acre and about three meters high. The tombs are covered with green bricks. There are corridors on the east, West and north sides of the tomb, with stone tablets of varying sizes, and carved travel notes and inscriptions of historical celebrities. The death of Yang Guifei broke out in the fourteenth year of Emperor Xuanzong's Tianbao in Tang Dynasty. The following year, when Xuanzong fled West to Maweipo, he accompanied the three armies and guarded them. Please chop off Yang Yuhuan, the noble concubine. Emperor Xuanzong of the Tang Dynasty had no choice but to give his concubines the chance to hang themselves and perform a tragedy that shocked the whole world. In recent years, however, there has been another saying that Maweiyi was a maid when she was strangled to death. Chen Xuanli, the general of the Imperial Army, was attracted by the beauty of the noble concubines. He couldn't bear to kill them, so he conspired with Gaoli Shishi and replaced them with maids. Yang Guifei fled south escorted by Chen Xuanli's close relatives. She sailed out to sea around today's Shanghai. After drifting on the sea, she traveled to Japan for a long time, and eventually spent her old age in Japan. However, it is still difficult to understand the circumstances of his death.
It's worth it. It's still about a crown grave, but the environment is very elegant. The quiet environment, coupled with the light rain that day, makes people feel that the incense grave has a more flavor. There are some sculptures on display, which are also worth savouring! __________
To tell you the truth, 42 is really a small ticket. It's not very cost-effective, especially as a local, but the memory of the whole dormitory before graduation from university is meaningful. There are many moments of long hatred songs in it. Then the murals make beautiful and vivid explanations of this poem. After a small attic, you can see the surrounding fields and fields. It's also very broad as a small partner interested in history. Can go down, after all, the love between Yang and Li is also a good story.
Yang Guifei's tomb is the tomb of Yang Yuhuan, the favorite concubine of Emperor Xuanzong Li Longji in the Tang Dynasty. It is located in Xingping City, Xianyang City. Literators of all dynasties have left a lot of love stories about Tang Ming Emperor, which made Yang Guifei's tomb famous all over the world. The tomb is surrounded by inscriptions by literati and poets of all dynasties.
Yang Guifei fled to Japan after the Mawayi Imperial Army mutiny. There was a view among Japanese people and academia that at that time, she was a maid who was strangled in Mawayi. Chen Xuanli, the commander of the Forbidden Army, cherished the beauty of his concubines and could not bear to kill them, so he conspired with Gaoli Shi and replaced them with maids. Yang Guifei fled south escorted by Chen Xuanli's close relatives, sailed to sea near Shanghai, drifted to Japan's Jiugawa Jiujin, and spent her whole life in Japan.
There are not many visitors, but it is worth visiting, but the tour group is not to take it, so they can only go by themselves. It is suggested to charter a car. There are fewer buses nearby. It is very desolate. There are still some things you can visit in the back yard. Don't miss them.
The Tomb of Yang Guifei is the tomb of Yang Yuhuan, the favorite concubine of Emperor Xuanzong Li Longji in the Tang Dynasty. It has been more than 1200 years since it was laid in Maweipo, 63 kilometers west of Xi'an. It is well-known at home and abroad for its unique charm of "preserving incense in ancient graves and enjoying colorful steles on Poetry tablets]. Yang Guifei's tomb was originally an earthen grave. According to legend, the earthen fragrance of the tomb was pleasant, and the traveling girls picked it up one after another, which led to a large number of earthen stones being taken away. In order to protect the tomb, this unique style of green brick grave was built. Cemetery soil is called "royal concubine powder" far and near women compete with each other to protect their faces with earth, so they have to use green bricks to wrap up the grave. The cemetery was built on the hill and was originally a mound for preserving 38 stone inscriptions by celebrities of past dynasties and more than 300 poems. Folk legend has it that Princess Yang escaped from Japan after the Mawayi Army mutiny and was strangled to death by a maid.