Xian: The Terracotta Warriors

Words cannot describe the experience of seeing these 2,000 year old terracotta warriors. It was absolutely amazing and I will let the photos describe the experience!




No two warriors look alike-

Although the chariots were made of wood and were no longer there, the indentation of the wheel was still visible.

The chariot drivers and horses were amazing.


It’s no wonder that this site is one of the most famous archaeological sites in the world!

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One comment on “Xian: The Terracotta Warriors
  1. Great adventure Ian and Lindy! Pictures of Beijing and Xian very fresh reminders for us as we were there last January. The Summer Palace lake was solid ice, and it was snowing in the Forbidden City that day! So a different feeling from your trip. Keep well.


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