Known as Emperor Taizu of the Yuan Dynasty and also named Temujin, Genghis Khan (1162-1227) is a leader of the Mongol tribe, as well as a stragetist and a statesman.
The tomb of Genghis Khan is located 30 kilometers from Ih Ju League, consisting of walls, a square, and the tomb, with a total area of 50,000 square meters. The top of the hall in the tomb is shaped round, and the roofs are painted in gold, and laid with blue glazed tiles.
The joss sticks and candles in the halls of the tomb burn all year round. Every year, four grand sacrificial ceremonies are held here to commemorate Genghis Khan, a hero of the Mongolian people.
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