Last Updated on March 5, 2021 by VDiscovery

The grave is a place where a person’s body is buried. Because each person has financial strength and belief varies regarding life after death, the tomb also consists of various shapes and sizes. The following are 5 giant buildings the original was an ancient tomb.

Tomb of Cyrus

Like China, there have also been great imperial dynasties stood in Iran in the past. Achaemenid is one of them.The BC Empire was so famous because ever been involved in wars against ancient Greek countries such as Athens and Sparta.

Cyrus the Great was the name of one of the Achaemenid emperorsThe most famous. Because he was the figure behind the founding of the Empire Achaemenid. During his reign, the Achaemenid region covered Asia Minor, Persia and Central Asia.

Cyrus died in 530 BC at the age of 70. The body is buried in the large burial complex it is now located at Pasargadae, central Iran. The tomb looks like a pyramid terraced with a building resembling a giant hut at the top.

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Tomb of Cyrus

According to records from the 2nd century BC, Alexander the Great’s subordinate warriors rumored to have entered this tomb. In it, there are various kinds luxurious furniture such as beds made of gold, gold coffins, and handicraft objects made of precious stones.

Although Achaemenid in the end had to undergo a collapse as a result conquered by Alexander’s Macedonian Empire, several historians consider that Cyrus was superior to Alexander.

Because after Cyrus died, the government system was complicated his creation kept the Achaemenid standing for centuries then. But this was not the case with divided Macedonia became smaller kingdoms after Alexander’s death.

Mausoleum of the First Qin Emperor

The Qin dynasty was the first empire whose territory covered the entire China. The founder of this dynasty was Qin Shi Huang, the emperor who lived in the years 259 to 210 BC. It was during the reign of Qin as well, for the first time the Great Wall of China was built.

The purpose of building the wall is to protect China from the raid of the nomadic nations coming from the north. Although Likewise, Qin is also remembered negatively because he once ordered that books be burned and educated people be buried alive.

Qin died in 221 BC at the age of 49. The body buried in the mausoleum or large burial complex that is now being located in Xi’an, central China. Interestingly, the construction of the mausoleum it turned out that it had started when Qin was only 13 years old.

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Mausoleum of the First Qin Emperor

The Qin Mausoleum is estimated to be 170,000 square meters in area. SoIt’s no surprise then that this mausoleum took up 38 years to be built.

This mausoleum contained not only Qin corpses, but also statues terracotta or clay which amounts to 7,000 statues. A numberArtificial rivers containing mercury water can also be found in the vicinity room in the interior of the mausoleum.

The terracotta statues in this mausoleum consist of statues of soldiers and horse-drawn carriages. The construction of the statues is intended so when Qin Shi Huang died, it was statues of these warriors will accompany his soul in the afterlife.

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Taj Mahal

It seems that no one does, not know the Taj Mahal. Building this all-white colored building is one of the most historic buildings well known in India. The white color comes from the marble stone or marble, the main raw material for this building.

The Taj Mahal is located in the city of Agra, the state of Uttar Pradesh. Because this building has a distinctive dome and is surrounded by several pieces tower, the layman might think that the Taj Mahal is something of a kind mosque.

In fact, the Taj Mahal was originally a burial complex. In the building here, Mumtaz Mahal is buried. Mumtaz was the wife of the Mughal Emperor, ShahJehan, who died in 1631.

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Taj Mahal

To show Shah Jehan’s love for his late wife, he did too order the construction of the Taj Mahal as a resting place the last for his wife. Similar to the Taj Mahal designs the mosque cannot be separated from the fact that the Mughal Empire was Islamic empire.

The main building of the Taj Mahal was completed in 1643, however the entire Taj Mahal complex was only completed in 1632. Day in front of the building, there is a giant pool made in such a way so that the reflection of the Taj Mahal can be seen from the end of the pool.

The Taj Mahal now has a reputation as a relic most beautiful historic sites in India and even the world. Every year, as many as 7 million tourists from inside and outside India visited the complex this tomb.

Great Pyramid of Giza

If you talk about ancient Egyptian heritage buildings, then the pyramids will become a name that would suddenly appear in the minds of many people.Naturally, actually. Typical pyramid shape and size large makes the pyramid so easily recognized by anyone.

There are several pyramids that have been built in ancient Egypt. From of the many pyramids, the Great Pyramid of Giza is the most famous. Because the pyramid is also known as the Pyramid of Khufu, it is the largest pyramid ever built. High reaches 146 meters, while the length of the foundation reaches 230 meters.

The Pyramid of Khufu is one of the three pyramid structures that exist in the pyramid complex of Giza. The other two pyramids are smaller are the Pyramids of Menkaure and the Pyramids of Khafre.

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Great Pyramid of Giza

According to historians, the Great Pyramid of Giza was built as a tomb for kings or the Pharaoh Khufu in the 25th century BC. At first, the outer walls of the pyramids lined with marble stone. However, due to eroded by development age, the marble layer has now disappeared.

The Great Pyramid of Giza isn’t just towering. This giant building also has a basement. According to historians, the lower room the land appears to have been originally planned as Khufu’s burial chamber. However, later construction was discontinued because Khufu wanted to buried in a room that is located higher.

Mozu Tombs

Classified as a small country. This is because the archipelago is located across Korea, the area is less than 400 thousand kilometers square. Even so, it is in this country that there is one complex the largest ancient tomb in the world.

Daisen Kofun, or Daisenryo Kofun is the name of the tomb complex the giant. So big, this tomb complex can still be clearly visible when viewed from a height of thousands of meters. If seen from above, the Daisen Kofun looked like a giant keyhole green color.

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Mozu Tombs

Daisen Kofun was built between the 3rd century and 6th century. This building has a length of 450 meters and a width of 300 meters. Daisen Kofun was built as the burial place of Emperor Nintoku, the 16th emperor of Japan. Body Emperor Nintoku is in the Daisen Kofun section which is round.

This giant mausoleum is located in the city of Sakai, Osaka Prefecture. Daisen Kofun itself is not the only traditional Kofun or burial mound Japan located in Sakai. Apart from the Daisen Kofun, there are 47 other Kofu who is in the area.

Historians believe that the Kofun contained the bodies of people richest and longest Japanese in the past. By establishing kofun as their final resting place, the Japanese upper class wanted to show their social status even when concerned already died.


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