Pictures of Bronze Chariots and Horses

Unearthed from the west side of Qin Shi Huang's tomb in 1980, the two bronze chariots and horses are considered to be the earliest, largest and best-preserved bronze chariots and horses in the history of Chinese archaeology. The front chariot was named the "High chariot" and the rear chariot was named the "Security chariot". Both are exactly half life-size models of an actual chariot, horses and driver. They are now exhibited in the Multi-Exhibition Hall of the Museum Qin Terracotta Warriors and Horses.
  • Bronze chariot and horses
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