Liude Forest of Steles of Taliu Ethnic People in Yongsheng County, Lijiang
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Chinese Name: 永胜县六德他留碑林
English Name: Liude Forest of Steles of Taliu Ethnic People in Yongsheng County, Lijiang
Liude Tablets（六德碑林）of the Taliu people(他留人) is 30 kilometers away from Yongsheng County（永胜县）. There are more than 10,000 tombstones on the hillside covering an area of 0.3 square kilometers, especially centralized cemetery area is 100 hectares. The tombstone is unique in format, carved by Phoenix, Kirin and Taiji. The patterns and patterns of the drawings and the like are different and the craftsmanship is exquisite. The tombs are built on the hills, and they are scattered and scattered. The Chinese stone monuments stand in stone, and the layout is rigorous and magnificent.
This Tablet Forest is a grave mountain of the Taliu People. Its ancient tombs have inscriptions engraved with standardized Chinese characters. Many stone tablets are engraved with the Taliu people totems. According to the inscription, the tombs of the tombs began in the Jiajing and Wanli years of the Ming Dynasty, and in the Qing Dynasty, the four kings of Chen, Hai, Wang and Lan had the tombstones of the ancestors, and the list of the ancestors was listed on the tablet. At least seventh many of them reached the eleventh. The grave mountain of the Taliu Peoplecan verify the history of Taliu People ancestors’ settlement, the evolution of totems, surnames and the historical process of social, economic and cultural development. It is known as a great spectacle of Chinese monumental culture and has been listed as a county-level key cultural relics protection unit.