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Zhao Mausoleum (Tang dynasty)

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Province  Shaanxi
Zhao Mausoleum (Tang dynasty)
Address  Liquan, Xianyang, Shaanxi, China
Burials  Emperor Taizong of Tang, Li Jing
Similar  Qianling Mausoleum, Maoling, Stele Forest, Mausoleum of the Yellow E, Mausoleum of the First Qin Empe

Zhao Mausoleum (昭陵; pinyin: Zhāolíng; "Zhao" means the light of the sun) is the mausoleum of Emperor Taizong of Tang (599–649).

It is located in Jiuzong Mountain, Shaanxi, China, almost the biggest mausoleum of the Tang Dynasty. It has more than 200 accompanied tombs around.

The famous stoneworks Six Steeds of Zhao Mausoleum are exhibited in the Stele Forest Museum of Xi'an (4 steeds) and Museum of the University of Pennsylvania, U.S. (2 steeds) separately.

References

Zhao Mausoleum (Tang dynasty) Wikipedia


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