Dingling Tomb Situated in the southern foot of Tianshou Mountain in Changping County of Beijing, Dingling Tomb is the catacomb of Emperor Zhu Yijun (1563 - 1620) of Ming Dynasty (1368 - 1644) and his two rulers, Empress Xiaoduan and Empress Xiaojing. Zhu Yijun was the thirteenth ruler and involved the throne for a long time, the longest among the greater part of the sovereigns of the Ming Dynasty. Worked more than six years somewhere around 1584 and 1590, the tomb, which covers a territory of 180,000 square meters (44 sections of land), is of extraordinary chronicled esteem, drawing in a great many travelers from home and abroad consistently. The over-the-ground a portion of Dingling Tomb exhibits a square front and roundabout back development format, symbolizing the antiquated Chinese philosophical idea of "paradise is round and the earth is square". Three white marble stone extensions lead you to the passageway of Dingling Tomb, where you will see a high tablet structure.