Western Xia Imperial Tombs
Western Xia Imperial Tombs is part of the Tentative list of China in order to qualify for inclusion in the World Heritage List.
Western Xia Imperial Tombs are the royal mausoleums of the emperors in the Western Xia Dynasty (1038-1227). The tombs are the best-preserved historic cultural heritage representing the Tangut civilization at the largest scale and in the highest rank. Occupying a special position in the Chinese history, the West Xia civilization made great contributions to China’s diverse culture.
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2013 Added to Tentative List
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