Eastern Royal Tombs of the Qin Dynasty of Xi'an

Eastern Royal Tombs of the Qin Dynasty of Xi'an

Eastern Royal Tombs of the Qin Dynasty of Xi'an

Eastern Royal Tombs of the Qin Dynasty of Xi'an
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Triplyzer I
500 contributions
Peaceful
Sep 2017 • Friends
Eastern Royal Tombs of the Qin Dynasty of Xi'an - Loved the walk among the deads, very peaceful place.
Written October 30, 2017
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Charmaine C
Sydney, Australia279 contributions
Qin Dynasty
Sep 2016
A visit to Lintong is not complete without a few days spent walking around the Royal Tombs. The gardens and statues are beautiful, however I found the tombs a little bit 'erky'.
Written February 18, 2017
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Kelvin L
Shanghai2 contributions
TOTALLY WRONG
Jun 2013 • Solo
Just came back from Xian, I read the comments from Trip Advisor so hired a local tour + a car with driver to find the "Qing Eastern Tomb". And both of them have never heard about the place but searched on-line to find the breif direction.

The "Qing Eastern Tomb" is the burial place of Qing Shih Huang (the first Emperor) 's grand parents and parents which is not yet excavated. Means ABSOLUTELY NOTHING you can see, only a stone tablet on the crop field indicates the tomb lies beneth.

Not sure what's wrong with other's comments - my guess is they mistook Qing Emperor's Tomb to Qing Eastern Tomb.

Or I was wrong?????????????

Really hope Trip Advisor can study this place, remove / relocate those comments and make sure no second fool like me try to see something interesting in Qing Eastern Tomb.
Written June 4, 2013
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baz7903
Hereford, UK82 contributions
Well presented
Dec 2012 • Family
The museum was well presented and interesting and it seems there is a lot more to be found in the future. Somewhere to eat would have been helpful but it was cold and not busy
Written March 20, 2013
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navyfenton
Melbourne, Australia264 contributions
great
Nov 2012 • Couples
Another of the wonderful tombs around this beautiful city every one is impressive and should not be missed
Written December 19, 2012
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206jazz
seattle266 contributions
Equal to the terracotta warrior site
Dec 2012 • Couples
This site is equal in many ways to the find at the terracotta warrior site. There are smaller statues of non army court people and servants and animals that were dug around the Tang emperor's tomb.
Written December 10, 2012
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scoa
Great Harwood, UK266 contributions
What lies under this mound is the stuff of dreams
Sep 2012 • Couples
As you climb to the top, just have a think about the wonders that lie within. This Emporer was paronoid about tomb robbers and because of that has supposed to have took some incredible stuff with him. I hope it's within my lifetime that I get to see this tomb opened.
Written September 3, 2012
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Mangesh S
Taliparamba, Kerala, India11 contributions
tombs
May 2012 • Friends
What I liked most was those stunning sandal wood pillars soaring 30 feet high , and not 1or 2 but 20 all of them. I measured the girth, and it took 3 of us holding arms to encircle it. Rest of the things , were of course as majestic as you would expect.
Written July 21, 2012
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Sue J
Hong Kong, China125 contributions
Beautiful horse ride around the tomb
We were short on time so we couldn't climb the hill after the "Spirit Way" walkway, so we took a horse ride up to the East Gate entrance area of the tomb. You can't go in or see anything besides the hill on top of the tomb, but the panoramic view is amazing. It cost us 100 RMB for a 20-30 minute ride to that scenic spot. Negotiate the price first, and be clear about where you want to go. They upsold us en route by asking us along the way whether we wanted to see this and that...and then told us later we had to pay 100 RMB, rather than the previously agreed upon price of 40 RMB, because they took us to an extra spot.
Written July 12, 2012
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Zhiv
Long Beach, NY320 contributions
A peaceful and ornate retreat among the tombs
Jan 2012 • Couples
The park with ornate animal statues is beautifully groomed and one of the most peaceful and reverent places we've seen in our 8 day visit to China
Written February 18, 2012
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