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China: Thousands of visitors flock to Taihao Mausoleum on first day of Lunar New Year03:43

China: Thousands of visitors flock to Taihao Mausoleum on first day of Lunar New Year

China, Huaiyang District, Zhoukou, Henan Province
24 enero, 2023 a las 10:13 GMT +00:00 · Publicado

Drone footage filmed on Sunday shows thousands of visitors gathering at Taihao Mausoleum on the first day of the Chinese New Year. With tonnes of visitors, it set a record for the most tourists received in three years since the epidemic.

Over the past three years, due to the influence of the COVID-19 epidemic situation, various domestic industries have been affected to varying degrees, especially the cultural and tourism industries, which have been the first to bear the brunt and suffered a heavy blow.

Taihao Mausoleum, in the Huaiyang district of Henan's Zhoukou city, is believed to be the mausoleum of Fuxi, a legendary figure said to be one of the earliest ancestors of the Chinese.

It has become a holy land for Chinese people to seek their roots and pay tribute to their ancestors.

China: Thousands of visitors flock to Taihao Mausoleum on first day of Lunar New Year03:43
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Drone footage filmed on Sunday shows thousands of visitors gathering at Taihao Mausoleum on the first day of the Chinese New Year. With tonnes of visitors, it set a record for the most tourists received in three years since the epidemic.

Over the past three years, due to the influence of the COVID-19 epidemic situation, various domestic industries have been affected to varying degrees, especially the cultural and tourism industries, which have been the first to bear the brunt and suffered a heavy blow.

Taihao Mausoleum, in the Huaiyang district of Henan's Zhoukou city, is believed to be the mausoleum of Fuxi, a legendary figure said to be one of the earliest ancestors of the Chinese.

It has become a holy land for Chinese people to seek their roots and pay tribute to their ancestors.