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Eastern Qing Tombs

The Eastern Qing Tombs are an imperial mausoleum complex of the Qing Dynasty, located near Zunhua, 125 kilometers northeast of Beijing. Researchers consider the tombs to be the most complete and best preserved extant mausoleum complex in China, containing the burial grounds of royalty and members of the Qing Dynasty court. Designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2000, the Imperial Tombs of the Qing and Ming Dyasties are described as a “masterpiece of human creative genius.”

Country
China
Field Documentation
July 15, 2012
Location
40° 11' 9" N, 117° 38' 49" E
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