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    Sacred Way

    All in, thirteen of sixteen Ming Emperors were buried in this royal necropolis, including Empresses and many concubines, some buried alive to accompany the Emperor to his next world.Ming Tombs are located about 31 miles from Beijing, with 13 emperors buried in a complex that spreads some 15 square miles.

    Visitors approach the tombs through The Great Red Gate.White stone columns called hua biao flank many of the imperial buildings in and around Beijing. Carved in the form of a writhing dragon, the columns are topped with mythical beasts called hou,which were thought to report to the emperor.Like the Forbidden City, the tomb buildings have imperial yellow roof tiles.

    Besides, different animals had each their symbolic significance: