Not as grand as other historical sites in China, but the Wei-Jin tombs give an idea of how more ordinary people lived nearly 2,000 years ago. Visit the great little museum first to get an idea of the history, then go on to the only tomb which is open. Take photos in the museum, as you won't be able to in the tomb itself. Couldn't believe that over 1500 similar tombs have been discovered in this area. Well worth a visit.
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