The Yellow Emperor's Mausoleum

The Yellow Emperor's Mausoleum

The Yellow Emperor's Mausoleum
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Pengilld
Crows Nest, Australia213 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
mai 2017 • Venner
This is a great site to visit on the way to /from the kukou waterfall and /or Yanan and well worth the slight detour. If you need to make a choice between this and the waterfall , choose this one.

It costs 90rmb

The first Major things to see are the massive old cypress pine trees. One is 5000 years old And was supposedly planted by the yellow emporer himself. Another is 3500 years old and was used to hang the generals ' armour up before they went to battle.

The second is the mausoleum and the entry courtyard. It's been built recently, however, is size, arrangement and architecture is very impressive. The mausoleum itself echoes the design of the pantheon in Rome as well as the size and austerity of the buildings in Berlin (so unlike Chinese architecture). It is elegant in its minimalism, relying on its size and massive oracle in the ceiling to make one feel in the presence of something historical. A sole 6m stone Steele draws your attention with a representation of the emporer. On the back is a description.

The courtyard is impressive and as big as any of those in Beijing's forbidden city. In my opinion, it is more impressive than those in the forbidden city because it is perched atop a hill and doesn't have any walls, so it is only bounded by the hills which are kilometres away. Being new and housing huge metal urns and yellow flags lining the perimeter, you feel like you are on one of the movie sets set in ancient times.

One of the pavilions houses poetry from the emporer and Mao (of course, all government tourist sites have infused some link to the NPR, especially as the yellow Emporer is critically important to the modern Chinese search for "roots") .

There is also a pavilion at which you can pay 5Rmb and burn incense to pray for the success of your future generations (giving thanks to the yellow emporer and the success he brought). However, be careful of the scam in which one of the guys says prays out loud for you as you bow and then demands 130rmb when you're finished. Just shoo him away.

There is also broader grounds and a beautiful lake to enjoy.

Well worth a few hours of you are in the neighborhood.
Skrevet 19. mai 2017
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ihui
Manila, Filippinene1 007 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
mar. 2016 • Familie
Nothing really good or bad about this place. The mausoleum itself is simple and spacious. There's a temple inside. You need to buy the incense. After that, be careful, the merchant would try to sell you a lot of stuffs. She would said that these are for your family's wishes/ protection/ prosperity etc. Then in the end, it comes with a price tag. An expensive one.

You need to take an electric car (separate fee) to the tomb itself. Well, just to the entrance actually. The walk/climb up to the tomb takes around 15 minutes. Along the way, you'll meet some persistent vendors of little stuffs. If you're not interested, just completely ignore them. The tomb itself is quite simple. Totally not extravagant as I had imagined.
Skrevet 1. april 2016
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Tim R
Kamloops, Canada741 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
nov. 2015 • Par
I am sure this was a good Mausoleum but after 3 days of sight seeing, this was not spectacular to visit. Saw it as part of a 2 night tour out of Xian.
Skrevet 17. desember 2015
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Franco
Hongkong, Kina1 655 bidrag
2,0 av 5 bobler
apr. 2015 • Familie
好奇怎麼這裏也有一個黃帝陵,可是跟陝西的不能比。好難找在一片山林中。。現從市區坐長途公交到陽平鎮,很快就到中途會路過這個地方,公交上都是鄉民只有我們兩個遊客,他們聽到去敬山黃帝陵都很詫異。。因為基本沒有遊客去的!幸好老鄉告訴我們,不要在中途景點岔路下車因為上山要走很長的一條路,去鎮上叫出租。於是我們到鎮上找了一個拉客的車10分鐘就到了景區門口,但是如果走路上山可要很久吧。地方很小分前殿後院,門口有售票處然而並沒有任何工作人員,隨便進的根本沒有人,不過小山頂上小松柏好多很有意境。最奇妙的是在鎮上一個老太太問我們怎麼去荊山黃帝陵,我們說應該要包車很快,結果當我們在大殿裡參觀照相不久,那個老太太也上來了,手上還拿著紙錢邊燒紙邊念叨保佑自己的兒子健康什麼的,還說自己每月都要來祭拜祈福,真的好感動啊,看了好久,還跟老太太聊天。整個園區(小山頂)只有我們三個人,很愜意很奇妙。
Skrevet 5. september 2015
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LG_Kay
Singapore, Singapore7 519 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
aug. 2015 • Alene
I visited this place as part of 2D1N Yanan/Hukou tour from Xian. The complex is rather big and one can easily spend 2 hours exploring the temple, tomb and its surrounding area. The main sights in this scenic spot are Huangdi Mausoleum and Xuanyuan Temple. In order to visit the tomb at the hill top, it is recommended to take the car ride (20 yuan) to conserve energy.
Skrevet 2. september 2015
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Karine B
Montreal, Canada115 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
jun. 2013 • Alene
Ce site est de toute beauté, de ce qu'il contient autant que par sa situation avec la vue en hauteur. Très apaisant. L'histoire et les croyances s'y rattachant sont passionnantes.
Skrevet 15. oktober 2013
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Travelingmaven
Chicago, IL288 bidrag
3,0 av 5 bobler
jun. 2013 • Venner
There's an old story that the Yellow Emperor, Huangdi, the ancestor of the Chinese people, was assumed into heaven on the back of a yellow dragon, leaving behind only his clothes.Those clothes are now buried at/in Huangling County, Yan'an City, Shaanxi Province, China. To mark the spot, and to celebrate the Yellow Emperor, there's a large memorial hall, with courtyard that can hold 10,000 people, primarily on "tomb-sweeping" day. Yellow flags flap in the breeze, and steps lead to the main hall where a giant statue of the emperor sits. An opening in the ceiling serves as a sun dial. Much of the symbolism and import may be lost on Westerners. There are a LOT of stairs to climb; the scale, as with many modern and ancient monuments in China, is huge, requiring a lot of walking.

You can take an electric bus to the 300 stairs up to the spot where the Emperor's clothes are entombed. The stairs lead to the top of a mountain where there is a grass-covered, stone-surrounded earthen tomb. The stairs lead through a pretty cypress-forested area.

The Yellow Emperor is still a major folk hero, and his mausoleum/tomb is one of the most important sites for Chinese in China, but I'm unsure whether a visit is anything I would do again (as a Westerner), because, quite honestly, it is newly built.
Skrevet 26. juni 2013
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