Figure 1：the Ming Tombs, Beijing
Located in the south of Tianshou mountain in Changping District，the Ming Tombs is the place where the thirteen deceased emperors were buried since the Ming Dynasty moved the capital to Beijing, is the precious historical and cultural relics of the Ming Dynasty.
Figure 2：Changling Mausoleum of the Ming Tombs
Figure 3：Xianling Mausoleum of the Ming Tombs
Thirteen mausoleums were built close to mountains, magnificent. The construction history of the Ming Tombs started from building Changling Mausoleum in the 7th year of Yongle of the Ming Dynasty(1409), to building Siling Mausoleum in the early years of Shunzhi of the Qing Dynasty, lasting for more than 200 years.
Figure 4：Kangling Mausoleum of the Ming Tombs
Figure 5：Dingling Mausoleum of the Ming Tombs
Figure 6：Qingling Mausoleum of the Ming Tombs
Figure 7：DeLing Mausoleum of the Ming Tombs
The construction sequence is Changling Mausoleum, Xianling Mausoleum, Jingling Mausoleum, Yuling Mausoleum, Maoling Mausoleum, Tailing Mausoleum, Kangling Mausoleum, Yongling Mausoleum, Zhaoling Mausoleum, Dingling Mausoleum, Qingling Mausoleum, DeLing Mausoleum, SiLing Mausoleum.