Ming Tomb Nanjing
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Ming Tomb Nanjing (Mingxiao Ling, 明孝陵)
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Ming Tomb is one of the largest imperial tombs in China with a history of more than 600 years.
The Ming Tomb was started to construct in 1381 and was completed in 1431. The tomb's Chinese name is Ming Xiaoling (zh:明孝陵), named after Queen Ma, who was bestowed the title of 'Queen of Xiao Ci', meaning 'Queen of Filial Piety and Kindness'. Queen Ma died in 1384 and was buried at the tomb.
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 What to see
- City bus #20
- Tourism Bus #2 & #3
 Other Local Attractions
- Drum Tower (Gu Lou, 鼓楼) (distance 1)
- Temple of the Dwelling of the Evening Clouds (Qixia Si, 栖霞寺) (distance 2)
- Flower Rain Terrace (Yuhuatai, 雨花台) (distance 3)