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Imperial tombs of the Ming and Qing dynasties

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The Imperial Tombs of the Ming and Qing Dynasties is a world heritage site comprising 14 imperial tombs in eastern and northeastern China.

Understand[edit]

Added to the list in 2000, the site has been expanded to its current extent in 2004. The tombs on the list are from the last two dynasties of imperial China, the Ming (1368–1644) and Qing (1644-1912), after which China became a republic. In addition to the tombs listed here, there are many more imperial tombs around China.

Sites[edit]

Map of Imperial tombs of the Ming and Qing dynasties

South-central China[edit]

  • 1 Xianling Tomb.

Beijing and Hebei[edit]

  • 2 Eastern Qing Tombs.
  • 3 Western Qing Tombs.
  • 4 Ming Tombs.

Nanjing[edit]

  • 5 Xiaoling Tomb. including area from Treasure Mound to Shenlieshan Stele, including Plum Blossom Hill, and Big Golden Gate
  • 6 Tomb of Chang Yuchun.
  • 7 Tomb of Qiu Cheng.
  • 8 Tomb of Wu Liang.
  • 9 Tomb of Wu Zhen.
  • 10 Tomb of Xu Da.
  • 11 Tomb of Li Wenzhong.

Liaoning[edit]

  • 12 Yongling Tomb of the Qing Dynasty.
  • 13 Fuling Tomb of the Qing Dynasty.
  • 14 Zhaoling Tomb of the Qing Dynasty.

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