Nanfang Hotel Xi'An Anban Street
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... were themselves killed and buried. Mr Qin was not a very nice man. - Chang'an, close to modern X'ian, was the Qin capital, and remained the capital of China for hundreds of years. It was the largest city in the world 2,000 years ago with a population of over 1m. After a wonderful 2.5 hours or so in the exhibition we headed for the exit. Mr Wang did a great job, and the Boss was keen to tip him over the Y150 he charged us ... however, he led us to a restaurant for lunch ...
... into 3 different groups as part of the "compulsory course". We then had Art class. During the compulsory course, we were told to take a rest. Rest I did. I fell asleep during the compulsory course and slept straight through to the end of art class. At that point we were coming to the end of our day. The students were allowed "Afternoon activity time to go out and play sports or to work on their projects. I will have many pictures to upload soon so stay ...
... a well on his farm was at the exhibit today. He was signing the commemorative chronicle of the warriors. Of course we now own a signed copy of the book. It really is amazing that the discern was made...his find was on the very edge of the pit....if he had dug another 50 cms east....the discovery would not have been made. Despite the leaps and bounds in scientific methods and tools...this is still a tedious exercise. When you see the tumbled, jumbled mess in the pits you really ...
... when she had beaten down the price of something by a few dollars was priceless!
It was in the Muslim Market area that we stumbled on the mosque and we had a good look at that. The Chinese are very good at supporting their minority groups (stop laughing!!) and they have 50 000 000 Muslims (a drop in the bucket) living in the country. The mosque gets considerable financial support from the government to keep operating.
From the markets ...
... the Terracotta Army there were over 8,000 soldiers, 130 chariots with 520 horses and 150 cavalry horses, the majority of which are still buried in the pits near by Qin Shi Huang's mausoleum.
The terracotta figures are just larger than life-sized. They vary in height, uniform and hairstyle in accordance with rank. Most originally held real weapons such as spears, swords, or crossbows. The figures ...