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Ming Tombs (Ming Shisan Ling)

The UNESCO-listed Ming Tombs (Ming Shisan Ling) serve as the final resting place for 13 of the 16 emperors who ruled China during the Ming Dynasty (1368–1644). Of the 13 tombs, three are open to the public, each with its own temple-like structure ... 

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Cat USA

July 2012

before the Ming Tombs, Cat - July 2012

Spirit Way

before the Ming Tombs

Cat USA

July 2012

before the Ming Tombs, Cat - July 2012

Spirit Way

before the Ming Tombs

Anonymous

May 2011

Ming Tombs - May 2011

Ming Tombs

Ming Tombs

TEJASWINI R

June 2016

 With our tour guide, Mr Jackie Lee , TEJASWINI R - June 2016

Ming Tombs

With our tour guide, Mr Jackie Lee

URJIT Y

September 2015

 The green mound over the actual tob , URJIT Y - September 2015

At a Ming tomb

The green mound over the actual tob

URJIT Y

September 2015

 A view of the Ming tomb , URJIT Y - September 2015

At a Ming tomb

A view of the Ming tomb

Cat USA

July 2012

Ming Tombs, Cat - July 2012

Ming Tombs

Ming Tombs

Cat USA

July 2012

Ming Tombs, Cat - July 2012

Ming Tombs

Ming Tombs

Cat USA

July 2012

Huge outdoor incense burner at Ming Tombs, Cat - July 2012

Ming Tombs

Huge outdoor incense burner at Ming Tombs

Cat USA

July 2012

Ming Tombs, Cat - July 2012

Ming Tombs

Ming Tombs

Cat USA

July 2012

Ming Tombs, Cat - July 2012

Ming Tombs

Ming Tombs

Cat USA

July 2012

Ming Tombs, Cat - July 2012

Ming Tombs

Ming Tombs

Cat USA

July 2012

Ming Tombs, Cat - July 2012

Ming Tombs

Ming Tombs

Cat USA

July 2012

Ming Tombs, Cat - July 2012

Ming Tombs

Ming Tombs

Cat USA

July 2012

before the Ming Tombs, Cat - July 2012

Spirit Way

before the Ming Tombs

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