city of Zhejiang province. As the only place of interest in Yiwu County that has been authorized by Chinese government, Luo Binwang Tomb is a peaceful place for visitors to learn something about Chinese history.
People built this tomb in the Ming Dynasty (1640) in memory of the famous Tang Dynasty poet Luo Bingwang. He was one of the Four Outstanding Poets in early Tang Dynasty (from about 618-630). The poet once wrote a poem "Yong'e (Ode to the Goose)", when he was seven years old. There is a torii imitated form Tang Dynasty (618-907 AD) at the entrance. The whole tomb area is built along the experience of Luo Binwang with natural hill and water. It consists of 6 scenic spots, such as Jinjie Xuhuai Natural Park, Yong's Scenic Zone, Fengxiao Shuihan Lake, Cloudy House and Yunlin Lodging. After visiting the whole area, tourists can experience the literary or artistic talent and the noble life of Luo Binwang.
The tomb we see today was restored in 1989. Facing west, the body of the tomb is hemispherical, whilst the tomb passage is orbicular. In front of the tomb, there is a gateway-form memorial stele with four posts. Flourishingly evergreen pines and cypresses grow surrounding the tomb.
Visitors will be infected by the tranquil air of the Luo Binwang Tomb, and ponder the events of Chinese history while wandering around the tomb.