Terracotta warriors are a kind of ancient sculptures in royal tomb, in the shape of soldiers, horses and chariots. The Terracotta Warriors are part of Emperor Qin Shihuang's Mausoleum, which has been regarded as one of the eight wonders in the world.
Book tickets and stand in front of the solemn and magnificent Pit 1, you will feel that you are brought into the ancient battlefield with chariots, warriors and horses.
You can watch the lifelike painted bronze chariots with horses on display after booking a ticket, which is crafted with fine skills and realistic shape. You could feel they seem to be real ones and to move at next moment.
The valuable kneeling archers were unearthed in Pit 2. Standing in front of them, you will feel you are facing real human. Even their soles were embossed with stitches, which is extremely realistic.
Emperor Qinshihuang's Mausoleum Site Museum, North Qinling Road, Lintong District, Xi'an
Take bus 307, 914, 915, Tourist Line 5 (306) and get off at Terracotta Warriors Station.
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