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After Shanghai, Adrianna and I jumped on a plane for a couple of hours and landed in Xi’an, capital city of many ancient Chinese dynasties, most notably the Qin Dynasty.

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Terracotta Warriors, China

 The mysteries and majestic Terracotta Warriors.

When you see these babies, go in with an open mind and take your time. It will be a hard day with tourist flocking from every corner. 469 more words


Humpty Dumpty is in trouble!

“The Average height of the Terracotta Warriors is 180cm”

This fact was brought to you by our young volunteer tour guide at the Terracotta Warriors. On closer inspection you see that not only are the soldiers different heights, but they are different body sizes and (apparently) no two faces are the same.

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An Army of Clay

Before Mary came to China, she asked people what cities they recommended visiting. Several encouraged her to see the terra cotta warriors, and I’m so glad they did! 828 more words


Terracotta Warriors

To be completely honest, I was not all that excited to see theses guys. I am not one to get excited for statues because they don’t move or do anything. 405 more words


Top 3 Attractions in Xi'an

Planning a trip to Xi’an (pronounced She-An) any time soon? While Xi’an is smaller then Beijing, the population is still over 8 million and that is not counting the Terracotta Warriors (over 8000 strong)! 69 more words


Museum of Qin Terracotta Warriors and Horses

The Terracotta Army also known as the Terracotta warriors and horses is a very important archeological excavation which is found in twentieth century. The construction is still going on here which is nearly one and half kilometers east of Mausoleum of Emperor Qin Shi Huang located in Lintong of Xi’an in province of Shaanxi. 513 more words