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Address: Wulingyuan Plain, Weicheng District, Xianyang 712000, China
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I was overwhelmed and speechless at the scale of this project. Its enourmous. Take your camera although its impossible to really portray the impact this archeological display... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
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Perth, Australia
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Reviewed 2 days ago NEW

I was overwhelmed and speechless at the scale of this project. Its enourmous. Take your camera although its impossible to really portray the impact this archeological display has.

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Reviewed 13 November 2016

Recently, Hanyang mausoleum ginkgo forest on the south side of the opening to the outside, visitors much more special, so you need to visit friends, best time is morning, lest delay your trip, and stop at five o 'clock in the afternoon the ticket.

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Reviewed 28 March 2015

Only discovered in the 1990s by local farmers digging a well during a prolonged drought, this exhibition has been overshadowed by The Terracotta Army display some 30 miles away. Yes, the images are much smaller and are far less personalised but, in their original state, they were dressed in silks and had wooden arms. Sadly the arms and silks are... More 

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Reviewed 28 March 2014

Now moved to a new setting, these foot-tall Han dynasty soldiers look like they would attack the famous large Qin dynasty terracotta warriers by stabbing their shin foot bones because of their small stature. Not as finely carved and probably not as individualized, the explanation is that the skilled craftsmen from the Qin soldiers were killed so that their skills... More 

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