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Naked pottery figures standing in line are arranged in a rectangular formation in the Hanyangling Mausoleum.

Situated about 12 miles north of Xian City, Hanyangling (Mausoleum of Western Han Emperor Liu Qi) is the join mausoleum of the Emperor Liu Qi and his empress in the Western Han Dynasty (206 BC-220AD). The tomb is magnificent and elaborately arranged with the emperor's tomb at the core, signifying rigid social hierarchy. The tomb is abundant with cultural relics. Attraction Intro: Hanyangling Mausoleum
  • Naked pottery figures standing in line are arranged in a rectangular formation in the Hanyangling Mausoleum.
  • Long queues of pottery figures of animals displayed in the Exhibition Hall of Mausoleum of Western Han Emperor Liu Qi.
  • Vivid pottery animals and figurines displayed in the Hanyangling Mausoleum.
  • Pottery Figures of Mounted Female Soldiers in the Exhibition Hall of Mausoleum of Western Han Emperor Liu Qi.
  • Rows of pottery animal figures uncovered from the burial pit of Mausoleum of Western Han Emperor Liu Qi.
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