On September 10, more than 1:00 noon, five of us came out of Sansan Shi scenic spot and had lunch and a rest in Panlong Yao Village beside the road. Because two of our colleagues had never been to the Mausoleum of Emperor Shun, we accompanied them back to the Mausoleum of Emperor Shun and visited the Mausoleum of Emperor Shun again. The Mausoleum of Emperor Shun is one of the legendary ancestors of China. It has a rich historical and cultural heritage and is called the First Mausoleum of China. I came once this April 31, when Hunan Jingshi was preparing to broadcast a gliding flight program live here, but due to the wrong wind direction, it could not be carried out on time, until we got home at 3 p.m., we just saw the live broadcast on TV. That day, during May Day, flags were hunted around the main square at the entrance of the scenic spot. There were many tourists and they were very busy. I remember that we didn't buy tickets for Jiuyi Mountain Scenic Spot at that time. We only bought tickets for Shun Emperor's Mausoleum for eighty yuan each. Today is Teacher's Day. We can go in as long as we show our teacher's qualification certificate. It was more than three o'clock in the afternoon, the sun was shining in the sky, and tourists were scarce. There is a main road, called Shinto, located on the axis of the mausoleum area. There are noon gate, worship hall, main hall and bedroom hall on the axis. On both sides, there are various matching halls and monument corridors. At this time, both the worship hall and the main hall are being repaired and covered up, so the whole mausoleum is not as beautiful as it was last time. We had to pay close attention to the bell tower, Drum Tower and the cultural hall of the Chinese surname beside us. Two colleagues also went to taste tea and carefully selected the Shun Emperor Yupei. They said that the greatest achievement today was to invite a Shun Emperor home. If you look at the natural scenery, it is not as good as the three stone, but the humanistic landscape here is better. Fortunately, the last time I came to follow a guide invited by another tourist and listened to her explanation, otherwise I would feel like ordinary tourists do not see much in here. Look at this is a large square courtyard, in fact, there are many cultural relics here, those stone tablets are extraordinary, the ancient trees here are also treasures, and every bamboo is telling the story of Emperor E and Queen Ying. It's more than an hour for us to go sightseeing here, and we spent nearly two hours. Then rush to another scenic spot in Jiuyi Mountain Scenic Area, Yuhuanyan...
When they go there, they go with the city leaders and hold a solemn memorial ceremony in the Qingchang market.
Visiting the ancestors, the guide gave detailed explanations, and the hall was magnificent, which did not waste the trip.
The largest of the ancestral Mausoleums in China is located in Ningyuan Jiuyi Mountain Scenic Area. It should be said that fame is bigger than substance, and a little disappointed. During May 1, it coincided with the activities of Hunan and Taiwan, which were crowded with people. The 70 yuan ticket is a little expensive. The commentator spends half of his time selling products and fooling tourists.
It wasn't a big place, but I ran up to the nearby hill and looked down until I knew there was still a big piece missing. Come again next time.
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The tour guide told us that the Shun Emperor's Mausoleum is located at the west end of Mingtaogang in Yuncheng City, Shanxi Province, and is one of the "Five Emperors" mausoleums of the Shun Emperor. In May 2006, it was announced by the State Council as a national key cultural relics protection unit, which is a national AAAA-level scenic spot. Mausoleum is situated north to south, which is divided into three parts: Outer City, Mausoleum District and Imperial City. It is divided into four parts: Emperor Shun Avenue, Emperor Shun Square, Emperor Shun Park and Emperor Shun Mausoleum Temple. The tomb was opened in Yushi, and the mausoleum temple was built in the 26th year of Kaiyuan in Tang Dynasty. There are scenic gardens and cemeteries. The most popular gardens are hundred gardens and botanical gardens, which have pleasant scenery, historical value and strong local customs.
Visiting the ancestors, the hall is magnificent and magnificent, and the guide's explanation is detailed.