Pit1 Pictures

Pit 1 of the Terracotta Warriors and Horses Museum was excavated in 1974 when the local farmers were drilling a well. Pit 1 covers an area of 14,260 square meters. It has a rectangular shape with chariots and ranks of 6,000 soldiers arranged in a war formation - a vivid display of Emperor Qin Shi Huang's formidable army. Pit 1 was opened to visitors on October 1, 1979. Attraction Intro: Pit 1
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Asked by Ross montayre from PHILIPPINES | Oct. 01, 2016 18:58Reply
Hi, what are the colors of terracotta warriors and how much are they?like to know the sizes also.Tnx
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Answered by Ackerman from BELGIUM | Oct. 07, 2016 19:52
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According to my knowledge, these terracotta warriors used to be painted with colorful pigments such as red, yellow, and purple. But now, those pigments were faded and it only looks drab.
The average height of these figures are around 1.75 meters with the highest over 2 meters.
You can find shops selling models of the terracotta warriors and the price varies a lot according to different sizes.
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