Fuling Tomb

Our sightseeing adventure this morning took us to the Fuling Tomb, the resting place for the First Emperor of the Qing Dynasty. This was one of the most beautiful of the temples we have seen with luscious gardens and greenery. In the back of the last temple was the burial hill where the Emperor’s remains are buried.

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The more corner monsters on the end of the roof line the more important the building. The most we saw were in the Forbidden City.

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