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Shangqiu City Sui Imperial Tombs 3
China

The flint imperial tomb tourist area located at the Shangqiu old city southwest 1.5 kilometers place, west according to the golden bridge connection, south the neighbour yan uncle road, is apart from Lian the Huo highway, the Shangzhou highway Shangqiu west station only 500 meters, east to 105 federal highway insufficient 5 kilometers, north meets the old city tourist area, the even old route vertical puts on the scenic area, the good communications, the geographical position is very superior. The flint imperial tomb tourist area including the flint imperial tomb, yan primary Taiwan (Mars Taiwan, fire spirit table), business ancestor ancestral hall (Chinese businessman culture square), scenic spots and so on Kaiyuan Temple, jade imperial palace as well as song Gucheng ruins, always occupies a land area of more than 600 Chinese acres. The flint imperial tomb, also names the Suirenshi mausoleum, is the antiquity time invention makes fire by boring a hole in wood the method Suirenshi's imperial mausoleum. Because Suirenshi invents makes fire by boring a hole in wood, caused the people to eat the prepared food, is called “the fire ancestor”, he with Fu Xi, Shen Nongshi was known as three emperors, but Suirenshi was honored as heads of the three emperor.

Copyright: Jacky Cheng
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 5466x2733
Taken: 01/10/2007
Uploaded: 05/01/2010
Updated: 03/03/2015
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