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The guide will pick you up in the lobby of hotel at 9am and then drive you to the Yang Ling mausoleum first--- this place is a must-see when in Xi’an because it allows you to get up close with history. This is an underground tomb where the Emperor Jing of Han Dynasty is buried, only a part of the site had been excavated. The excavated part hosting the museum is filled with miniature statues of soldiers, servants & animals , women and chariots. Those miniature statues have sat underground for 2000 years. They have clay heads and bodies, but wooden arms, and they were originally dressed in silk before being placed in the tomb. In many ways, some people felt this was more amazing than the terra cotta soldier museum as you will view the pits through the glass wall and you can walk over and look into the those naked doll sized clay figurines through the glass floors. All the relics shows not only warriors but also various images of court life of Han dynasty including concubines ,eunuchs and officials as well as a vast collection of miniature animals.
About 50 minutes’ drive, you will get to the Terra-Cotta Warriors museum. Have a lunch near the museum
After lunch, you will get to one of the greatest sights of China ---the magnificent Terra-Cotta Warriors Museum. Thousands of life-sized soldiers and horses , each solders with different expressions . All companions for the burial of the first emperor of China.—he is also the builder of the Great Wall. The terra -cotta warriors museum is located within a large mausoleum complex built for Qin Shi Huang.（The first emperor of the QIN Dynasty）
When you stroll around the village, you will even see some millstones inserted in the walls along the path
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