Jidui Tubo Tombs in Lhozhag County, Lhoka (Shannan)
Chinese Name: 吉堆吐蕃墓群
English Name: Jidui Tubo Tombs
Location: Located in the north of Lhozhag County government, Lhoka
Admission Fee: Free
Opening Hours: All Day
About Jidui Tubo Tombs in Lhozhag County, Lhoka
Jidui Tubo Tombs are distributed in the north of Lhozhag County government. It was built in Tang dynasty. In the early 7th century, Tibetan king Songtsen Gampo established the Tubo Dynasty, promoting the integration between Tibetan language and culture, and achieving cultural development on the entire Qinghai-Tibet plateau. There are 48 tombs in total. All the tombs surrounded a largest tomb. The burial soil is covered with bucket shaped, while the plane is trapezoid. The sealing earth of these tombs are stone tamping. In the East and West of Jidui Tubo Tombs is a cliff where has famous stone inscriptions. These inscriptions record the oath between Zanpu(赞普) and his minister Dewuqiong(德乌穷).
Jidui Tubo Tombs are distributed in the north of Lhozhag County government. The advanced traffic system provides visitors convenient ways to travel. Visitors can take long-distance bus or choose self-driving.
• Traveling Seasons: May to October