Maoling Mausoleum Pictures

Shinning gilt bronze horse of the Western Han (206BC-8AD), excavated from the Maoling Tomb, Xingping, Shaanxi Province.

Maoling Mausoleum is the tomb of Emperor Wudi of Western Han Dynasty, which was built in 139 BC and finished in 87 BC, lasting for 53 years. Emperor Wudi, Liu Che is an emperor with great talent. The Western Han Dynasty became powerful under his reign. The attendant tombs have the tomb of General Huo Qubing, General Wei Qing and Princess Yangxin. Among the cultural relics unearthed from the tomb, a Gilt Bronze Horse and an Incense Burner with a Bamboo-shaped Stand are the most brilliant. Attraction Intro: Maoling Mausoleum
  • Shinning gilt bronze horse of the Western Han (206BC-8AD), excavated from the Maoling Tomb, Xingping, Shaanxi Province.
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Asked by Mrs.Joan from AUSTRALIA | Aug. 02, 2009 00:22Reply
We are going to China in September/October, and trying to work out how many days to be in Xi'an. At this point it looks like we could be there over a weekend. Are the tourist attractions open 7 days a week?
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Answered by Mr.kate from CHINA | Aug. 02, 2009 22:56
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Yes all tourist attractions in Xi'an open during the weekend.
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