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I was lucky to have visited this Tomb with my guide who explained the significance of the various features to me. While you can see it alone, being with a guide you were able to understand and notice so much more.
The Abakh Hoja Tomb sees thousands of Chinese tourists who come to see where the Fragrant Concubine is reputedly buried. She was an 18th Century Uighur princess who became a concubine to Manchu emperor Qian Long. Known by her Chinese name Xiang Fei, her body...More
This mausoleum is a real sight, you shouldn't leave Kashgar with out visiting it. It's a little bit out of the town, but you can get on an organised tour to go and have a look. Not too many tourists around either.
Its great to put some realities on a romantic story that I heard since young in book, tv dramas and movies. Quite different when it put in light of politicial alliances, racial/religion harmonization by the Qing emperor. Still cannot imagine how she would have felt...More
We spent 1 hour on the site. There is not much to see actually but the neighborhood next to it is good to visit as well.
You can visit the tomb but you wont see much besides the building itself.
Next to it, you can...More
If you have a guide - you could learn a bit of history here. However, apart from the traditional architecture of the tomb, which you could take a picture in front of, there is not too much to see in the area. It seems like...More
The Afāq Khoja Mausoleum or Aba Khoja Mausoleum is the holiest Muslim site in Xinjiang, China. It is located some 5 km north-east from the centre of Kashgar, in Haohan Village, which has is also known as Yaghdu. The site is in great shape and should...More