Eastern Qing Tombs

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Eastern Qing Tombs

Located in Tangshan, Hebei Province, the Eastern Qing Tombs is the largest existing imperial mausoleum complex in China with the complete system and the most appropriate layout. It is not only a rare material to study the mausoleum regulation, funeral system, sacrificial rites, architectural technology and craft in the Qing Dynasty, but also a typical example to study the politics, economy, military, culture, science, and art of the Qing Dynasty.

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