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King Zhaobing's Mausoleum of Song Dynasty

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A slice of imperial history

Along with the other Chiwan historical attractions, the tomb is one of the few genuine historical... read more

Reviewed March 13, 2017
Brisbane, Australia
One of the few historical spots in an otherwise ultra-modern city

With the Mongols in hot pursuit at the 1279 Battle of Yamen, 8-year old Zhao Bing, the last Emperor... read more

Reviewed April 4, 2016
Gary T
Xinzheng, China
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13 Mar 2017
“A slice of imperial history”
4 Apr 2016
“One of the few historical spots in an otherwise ultra-modern city”
Zhaobing's Mausoleum (also known as Song Shao Di Mu) is a revered site among locals. The tomb offers a great chance to learn about Chinese history and it is fascinating to watch locals make offerings of gifts and flowers to the former emperor.
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Shaodi Road, Chiwan Village, Zhaoshang Street, Nanshan District, Shenzhen 518067, China
+86 755 2667 2436
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Reviewed March 13, 2017

Along with the other Chiwan historical attractions, the tomb is one of the few genuine historical sites in the otherwise modern city of Chiwan. The tomb, whilst not hard to find, is a bit of a walk from the Tianhou temple up a bit of...More

Date of experience: March 2017
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Reviewed April 4, 2016

With the Mongols in hot pursuit at the 1279 Battle of Yamen, 8-year old Zhao Bing, the last Emperor of the Song Dynasty, was grabbed by an official who jumped into the ocean in a final act of defiance to the Mongols, who ultimately completed...More

Date of experience: March 2016
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Reviewed January 19, 2016 via mobile

Visited this tomb along with other chiwan attractions. It's a sad and interesting story about the young emperor. It is located in a nice quiet area and 5 minute walk from the temple so very easy to find. Entry is free which is a bonus....More

Date of experience: January 2016
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Reviewed July 21, 2015

We read so much about this tourist attraction and weren't sure that we could make time to visit this "historical site" during our short trip in Shenzhen. Fortunately it wasn't so far from the ancient Tin Hau temple we visited and it was only about...More

Date of experience: April 2015
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Reviewed February 6, 2012

Neat little tomb of the last Emperor of the Southern Song Dynasty. Legend has it that his drowned body washed up to the nearby shores. Truth? who knows, but it makes a great story. Visiting the tomb is FREE!! its located in one of the...More

Date of experience: April 2011
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