Tomb of Han Guangling King
This magnificent tomb of Liu Xu, first ruler of the Western Han Guangling Kingdom (present day Yangzhou) (202 BC – 9 AD) is located to the east of the Daming Temple. The tomb is five levels deep. Its second level comprises 840 nanmu (cedar) bricks joined by hooks. The third level housed the warehouse, the fourth level the king's living quarters, and the fifth level, a coffin on wheels. The tomb was equipped with every imaginable luxury, including a bathroom! My photo's didn't come out very well as the tomb is very dark.