This is a mausoleum site where the eleven princess of the Jingjiang Family belonging to the Ming Dynasty rest in peace. Enclosed by a rectangular wall, there are over 300 tombs spread over an area of 100 square kilometres.
A grand scared way leads to the inner palace with stone statues adorning the path. There are three routes on the scared way and each is designated for different hierarchies. At the end of the scared path, there is an inner palace which comprises of Xian Dian (Prayer Hall) and Bao Cheng (Treasure City).
Only one tomb of the third king and his consort is open to public. During the excavations, gold, silver, jade, pottery, porcelain and other antiques were found.
Worth a quick visit!
How to Reach Tombs Of Prince Jingjiang
- Bus no 24
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