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Qianling Museum

Lianshan Mountain, north of Qian County, Qian County 713300, China
+86 29 3551 0222
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Qianling: a place for a great empress Wu Zetian

Recently I visited Qianling. It is the mausoleum (grave) of the great former empress Wu Zetian and... read more

Reviewed 8 April 2015
Hsin C
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Taiwan
Fascinating Tang Tombs, Must See

Amazing site and well worth visiting. The main tomb of Emperor Gaozong and Empress Wu remains... read more

Reviewed 19 September 2014
Jackie61
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London
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7 Apr 2015
“Qianling: a place for a great empress Wu Zetian”
18 Sep 2014
“Fascinating Tang Tombs, Must See”
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Lianshan Mountain, north of Qian County, Qian County 713300, China
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Reviewed 8 April 2015

Recently I visited Qianling. It is the mausoleum (grave) of the great former empress Wu Zetian and her husband the emperor Li). She was the only empress in China. She married to emperor Li Shimin first. After the emperor passed way, she married to the...More

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Reviewed 19 September 2014

Amazing site and well worth visiting. The main tomb of Emperor Gaozong and Empress Wu remains intact so you can't explore the interior of this but you are free to climb to the summit of the pyramid shaped tomb. You can however enter 3 of...More

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Reviewed 26 June 2013

The only female Emperor of China, Wu Zetian (625-705 AD) is buried next to one her husbands, Emperor Gaozong, who she succeeded. Her story is one of a concubine who rose to be the supreme power in Tang China. Her tomb sits atop a mountain...More

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