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The Mausoleum of Prince Lu
Name:The Mausoleum of Prince Lu
Class:AAA
Area:Xinxiang
Tel:Luwangfenshang Village, Fengquan District, Xinxiang City. Tel:0086-400-666-0166 Email:henantour@gmail.com Skype:karenzheng2004










The Mausoleum of Prince Lu is the best preserved and the largest mausoleum of the Ming Dynasty. It is
situated at the foot of the Fenghuang (Phoenix) Mountain in the district of Fengquan of Xinxiang city. For nearly 400 years, it has attracted tourists from all over the world for its unique scenery, grand ancient architecture, delicate stone sculptures and fantastic folk tales. The Mausoleum was praised in ancient poems and compared with the imperial mausoleums of Qin and Han dynasties.










The Mausoleum of Prince Lu is the grave of Lu Jian (Zhu Yimiu, 1568 A.D.- 1614 A.D) of the Ming Dynasty (1368 A.D.-1644 A.D.). Lu Jian is the 4th son of Emperor Muzong. The Mausoleum is made up of the Holy Path, the Grave of Prince Lu and the grave of his second concubine Zhao, with a total area of over 26 hectares. The layout of the Mausoleum of Prince Lu is almost similar to the Ming Tombs in Beijing which are characterized by magnificent and delicate stone carvings. It is of much significance to the research of tomb-building, craftsmanship in stone carving and architecture at the late period of the Ming Dynasty. The delicate stone carving craftsmanship and fantastic folk tales make it a great magnet to tourists from all over the world.





Address: Luwangfenshang Village, Fengquan District, Xinxiang City.




 



Address: Luwangfenshang Village, Fengquan District, Xinxiang City.




 
 
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