The Terracotta Army (Chinese: 兵马俑; literally: "Soldier-and-horse funerary statues") is a collection of terracotta sculptures depicting the armies of Qin Shi Huang, the first Emperor of China.
They said that this is one of the seven wonders of China. I am not sure how wonder this really is, a lot of sand and some soldiers are put on display.
Tricky to find a right local bus, because so many fake tourist buses that take you there, but stop many places and encouraged to waste your money.
I looked bigger buses full of Chinese and find 914 where girl shouting something in the door when a bus is on the move. I run and jump on the bus and they continue in the same way to pick up more passengers.
This only cost me about 1.20€ (8 yuan) and I get my self right on the Terracotta army entrance, not in the tourist shopping area, where tourist buses drop you.
Here it is, pit 2 and 3, they are more sand and only pictures and few soldiers on display are interesting. Pit 1 can see more what you come here to look.
Entrance and behind it is a nice park to walk around on a sunny day.
Pit 2 is more sand, not so much to see, but terracotta soldiers on display are fantastic.
Pit 3 is really small.
Pit 1 can see more what you come here to look.
Photographs of some faces, are they different, as they say?
Meal for 1.50€