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I looked on a map and saw we were going to stay near the Coliseum and thought great.
I was just in Italy and that's what I was expecting.
Imagine my surprise when I saw the 2 legs sticking out of the upper floor.
Great exhibition in quite a centric location. We went on a rainy Saturday, so it wasn't too crowded, and it was well organized, and neat. We liked the place, the only problem was perhaps the badly lighting, but we loved the Terracotta Army.
Terracotta Army is a journey to the heart of one of the most enigmatic archaeological findings in History. Im glad I was able to catch the exhibit during my vacation in Barcelona. More than 150 original size replicas compose this exhibition about the terracotta army,...More
We were lucky to catch this exhibition as missed in London.
It was a great show, it was beneficial to view a 20min film before the exhibition. Amazing how the workers managed 8000 clay statues standing up to 6ft tall
Date of experience: April 2016
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