Also known as Eastern Mausoleum, Fuling lies at the foot of Mt. Tianzhu on the eastern outskirts of Shenyang. It is the imperial mausoleum of Emperor Tam and Empress Xiaoxi of the Qing Dynasty. The mausoleum was built in 1651, the eighth year of Emperor Shunzhi's reign, and was expanded doting the reigns of Emperor Kangxi and Qianling. Stone sculptures line both sides of the mausoleum. The main building of the mausoleum is the Square City. To the north is Baocheng, or the Crescent Moon City. In the middle of the City is an earthen hill, under which are the coffins and remains of Emperor Taizu and Empress Xiaoci.
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