Fifty kilometers away from Beijing lies Changling Tomb, the tomb of the third emperor of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), Zhu Di and Empress Xu. Among the 16 emperors of the Ming Dynasty, Emperor Zhu Di (1360-1424), also honored as Emperor Yongle, made the greatest contribution to the country and had the most far-reaching impact on history.
During his time, the Ming Dynasty reached its peak. In 1409, Emperor Zhu Di built Changling Tomb. He was the first emperor of the Ming Dynasty to build a tomb. After that another 12 tombs were built. Changling Tomb is the largest and the most completely preserved of these tombs. Because of its grand ancient architecture, brilliant culture and long history, the site is one of the most significant attractions in Beijing.
Join me on this live presentation to discover the grounds of this ancient burial site, and the significance of the tombs today.
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Roy Li's Beijing Tours
My name is Roy, a professional tour guide in Beijing. I have been working in tourism for almost 11 years, and I am happy to share everything I know about China Beijing to all my guests, I’ve hosted so many from all over the world with my face-to-face experiences during 11 years My specialty is not only show you the sights of interest but also the fantastic local life and culture, that's the way we travel!
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