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Bronze Chariot and Horse of Qinling

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Historical Site
Recommended sightseeing time: 30 minutes
Address: Qin Shihuang Terracotta Warriors and Horses Museum, Linlan Road, Lintong District, Xi'an
Phone: 029-81399174

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The bronze chariots and horses museum opened on the 8th day of the opening of the newly completed museum at the Mausoleum of the First Emperor of Qin Dynasty, which is the largest, most complex and most complete vehicle in the history of Chinese archaeology, are known as the "crown of bronze". The museum is about 200 meters away from the site of the year. It is said that this is the most important to achieve the "original site" of the bronze wagon horse, not only show the bronze wagon horse and its historical background, but also let the display and interpretation in the layout more reasonable. The museum of the first emperor of Qin Dynasty was a building under the whole land. The top of the building was covered with soil and green, showing a grand cemetery wilderness. The whole building was "disappeared" in the shade. Drilling into the ground, I saw in the museum in addition to display the bronze wagon and horses, there are the bronze wagon and horses decomposition image, cemetery sand disk model, original site pit recovery, bronze wagon and horses related devices display. Too awesome! Through the bronze cart and horse tour, you can peek into the science, art and advanced technology of the ancestors.

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The Qinling bronze horse was found in the west side of the Qin Shi Emperor's Mausoleum. It was a big painted copper horse, positioned one after the other in a wooden case. Although it was crushed by the earth when it was excavated, there was no major change in the original position, The vehicle and horse components are basically complete.This is our archaeological history found earlier, larger size, preservation of a more complete bronze horse.
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