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Dabaotai Tomb Museum

Dabaotai Xi Han Dynasty Tomb Museum is a very famous travel spot in Beijing. Apart from Ming Tombs, this tomb is from the early Han Dynasty. Located in Fengtai District close to the Beijing World Park, Dabaotai Xi Han Dynasty Tomb Museum covers an area of over 18,000 square meters. It is the only large scale Han Tomb that has been completely and perfectly preserved in Beijing. It includes the original underground site, as well as innovative projects, such as archaeological study stimulation. It is called as "Xin Palace, Bian House and Huangchangticou".
The whole palace is built by the several hundreds cubic meters cypresses and chinaberries. The length from its south to north is 23.2 meters, while the width from east to west is 18 meters. It is 4.7 meters under the earth surface.One example is that of three carriages and eleven horses that are buried in the tomb channel. They are both real carriages and horse in practical use. According to the history records, they are "the carriages with red spots wheel and green cover", which is designated for the prince and dukes. Here are some guide information for your tour to Dabaotai Xi Han Dynasty Tomb Museum: Admission Fee: CNY 20,   Openning Hours: 09:00-16:00, Contact Number: 86-10-83612852

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