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Dingling Tomb

Dingling Tomb

Ming Tombs are located in the northwestern suburbs of Beijing, about fifty kilometers from the city. They are the tombs of thirteen emperors during Ming Dynasty (1368----1644 A.D); and now it is the only tomb open to visitors.
Ding Tomb, one of these tombs of Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), is tomb of Emperor Wan Li and his two empresses. Emperor Wan Li (1573-1620) ordered the construction of his own tomb when he was 22 and it took 6 years to complete. Its underground palace was the first of the underground structures excavated between 1956 and 1957.

Historical relics displayed in Ding Tomb Museum are all from Ding Tomb, and explain the general condition of Ding Tomb and excavation process of underground tomb.