Terracotta Army, Xi'an, China

The Terracotta Army is a collection of terracotta sculptures depicting the armies of Qin Shi Huang, the first Emperor of China.
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Biggest pit with many hundreds of intact warriors.

See 1212 photos from 4672 visitors about guide, terracotta warriors, and museums. "Pit 1 will blow you away and is the busiest!

A perfect example on display.

A perfect example on display.

Another small group of terracotta warriors in perfect shape...

Another small group of terracotta warriors in perfect shape.

Check out the sheer size of the pit with the Terracotta Army of Qin Shi.

Terracottaleger van Qin Shi Huang in Xi'an

Close-up of a few of the terracotta warriors...

Close-up of a few of the terracotta warriors.

The pieces were put together exactly at the place where they were found.

The pieces were put together exactly at the place where they were found.

Again, many terracotta warriors....

Again, many terracotta warriors.

Again, rows and rows of terracotta warriors. This picture was taken from behind the army...

Again, rows and rows of terracotta warriors. This picture was taken from behind the army.

Close up of a few terracotta warriors...

Close up of a few terracotta warriors.

A huge pot...

A huge pot.

A few examples of terracotta warriors on display...

A few examples of terracotta warriors on display.

There also are a few pristine terracotta warriors that are on display right next to the pit...

There also are a few pristine terracotta warriors that are on display right next to the pit.

Besides thousands of terracotta warriors, there also are many charriots and horses found at the pits.

Besides thousands of terracotta warriors, there also are many charriots and horses found at the pits.

A bunch of terracotta warriors from up close...

A bunch of terracotta warriors from up close.

The biggest pit at the Terracotta Army from a different angle.

The biggest pit at the Terracotta Army from a different angle.

Here you can see how deep the terracotta warriors were buried.

Here you can see how deep the terracotta warriors were buried.

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