Speaking of Wu Zetian, everyone is familiar with it. Wu Zetian was the first and only female emperor. He recruited many wise people, which made the country prosperous. This also had a positive effect on the later prosperity of the Tang Dynasty, which was admired by everyone.
After Wu Zetian died, her mausoleum remained in China. But some people wonder that among the 61 statues in front of Wu Zetian’s tomb, all of them have no heads, which looks very creepy. Even experts can’t explain these “headless stone men.” It has always been a mystery, but it was solved by two farmers recently.
The two farmers unintentionally dug up the “heads” of the statues buried in the ground, so they hurriedly notified experts to come here for identification. After removing all the “heads” from the ground, they identified the statues’ heads and bodies. It is in a state of complete agreement. After installing the heads, these statues also restored their original appearance.
Why are these heads buried underground? Some believe that Wu Zetian had many enemies back then. These “bad people” wanted to destroy Wu Zetian’s mausoleum, so they broke the head of the sculpture and buried it in the ground as an act of revenge. Although it was a guess, most people believed it should be like this. Otherwise, the head would not fall at will.
There are also many cultural relics of great historical value in our country. These cultural relics carry the history of our country. People can learn many things about that time from these cultural relics. Therefore, protecting these cultural relics and ruins is what each of us should do. How do you feel about this matter?