Pictures of Changling Tomb

The Changling is the mausoleum of the third emperor of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), Zhu Di, and his empress. It is the earliest built and the best preserved one among the Tombs of Ming Dynasty. The copper statue of Emperor Zhu Di can be found there. The Blessing and Grace Palace in this mausoleum is the only Blessing and Grace Palace remaining in the Tombs of the Ming Dynasty. Attraction Intro: Changling Tomb

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Questions & Answers on Pictures of Changling Tomb
Asked by cynthia from USA | May. 19, 2016 06:17Reply
Are all tombs of Ming Tombs in one area
is sacred way,mings tomb,dinglings tomb etc ...on the same area?
We will be going on tour in the Underground palace(Dingling) ..can we also see Mings and others Tomb?
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Answered by Pound from BELGIUM | May. 20, 2016 02:30
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The underground palace (Dingling) and Sacred Way are both belong to the Ming Tombs Scenic Area.There are altogether 13 tombs in the area.

Generally, 3h can cover the major tombs of this area.
Hope you enjoy your staying there.
Asked by Ms.Yin from MALAYSIA | Nov. 30, 2010 03:20Reply
May i know is there any route to travel by train / bus from

1. beijing to ming tomb?

2. beijing to mutianyu great wall. ( i do not wish to travel from ming tomb to badaling great wall)

this is my first visit to China and i am not too sure how the transportation system works.

Thanks
Yin
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Answered by Mr.Qi from CHINA | Dec. 06, 2010 20:23
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I think you should go by bus. There is bus 925 from Deshengmen to Ming Tombs directly. To Mutianyu, I think you should go to Dongzhimen. To take bus 916 to Huairou first and then rent a taxi to Mutianyu. No trains.
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