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The Imperial Tombs of the Ming (1368-1644) and Qing (1644-1911) dynasties
consists of several groups of tombs.
The tombs of the Ming Dynasty consists of Xianling Tomb, located near the city of Zhongxiang,
the Xiaoling Tomb, located in the city of Nanjing, and thirteen other tombs located near Beijing,
after the capital was moved from Nanjing to Beijing.
The tombs of the Qing Dynasty consist of the western (14 tombs) and eastern (15 tombs) Qing tombs,
located in the Hebei province, and other tombs in the Liaoning province.
The tombs are laid down according to the Chinese geomancy (Feng Shui) principles, in harmony with the natural