Liuding Mountain scenic spot

The Liuding Mountain scenic spot is 5 kilometers south of the city of Dunhua, Jilin province, a part of the Changbai Mountain chain and surrounded by rivers and six peaks stretching from east to west, with the highest at 603 meters above sea level. It contains more than 80 tombs are scattered along two sides of the mountains, from the Bohai Kingdom, which are under State protection, and the Mudang River to the north along with the Zhengjue Temple, Northeast Asia’s largest Buddhist temple. It has ancient pottery, jade items, and ornaments that were unearthed from the Princess Zhenhui tombm in 1948, and a tombstone almost 1 meter high and one-half meter wide with 21 lines of inscribed Chinese characters.