Museum of Qin Terracotta Warriors and Horses

The Terracotta Army also known as the Terracotta warriors and horses is a very important archeological excavation which is found in twentieth century. The construction is still going on here which is nearly one and half kilometers east of Mausoleum of Emperor Qin Shi Huang located in Lintong of Xi’an in province of Shaanxi. This … More Museum of Qin Terracotta Warriors and Horses

Xi’an Beilin Museum – Inscribed Steles

Xi’an Beilin Museum is also known as Stele Forest, a fascinating and wonderful museum of Steles with inscriptions, epigraphs and tomb stone sculptures exhibited in Xi’an in the Shaanxi province of China.  The museum was founded in 1944 by adapting the style of 11th century old Confucius Temple. There are 3,000 steles exhibited in the … More Xi’an Beilin Museum – Inscribed Steles

Drum Tower of Xi’an – reminiscence of Chinese history

Adjacent to the Bell Tower you can see the majestic structure The Drum Tower of Xi’an. This is one of the landmark locations in the Xi’an city which is part of Shaanxi province of Peoples Republic of China. The structure is constructed during the Ming Dynasty in 1380 believed to be built to signal the … More Drum Tower of Xi’an – reminiscence of Chinese history

Terracotta Warrior: Visiting the Eighth Miracle in the World

Terracotta Warriors and Horses Qin Shi Huang Tomb Pei Zangkeng pit is located 1,500 meters east of Qin Shi Huang Mausoleum. Warriors take a west to east pit, Sankeng in a triangle shape. One figurines first discovered the hole, rectangular, 230 meters from east to west, north and south, 62 meters wide, about 5 meters … More Terracotta Warrior: Visiting the Eighth Miracle in the World