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The Terra Cotta Warriors Of WeiShan - CLOSED

Hillside mountain in the weishan scenic area near ShengJing government headquarters south, Jinan 250200, China
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not possible to visit!!!!

The weishan scenic area consist only of a big budha temple under construction!!! The local people... read more

Reviewed 8 October 2014
Ann M
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Diest, Belgium
Full of history

Just in awe!! The history and the preservation of the "underworld" has no words to describe. Most... read more

Reviewed 3 September 2014
smarg2014
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Atlanta, Georgia
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3 Oct 2017
“Awesome!”
27 Oct 2016
“Unbelievable ( though clearly in X'ian!)”
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Hillside mountain in the weishan scenic area near ShengJing government headquarters south, Jinan 250200, China
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Reviewed 8 October 2014

The weishan scenic area consist only of a big budha temple under construction!!! The local people and taxidrivers even don't know there exist a museum! I wonder that tourists give false information about the tourist attraction. It is closed since end 2013!!!

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Reviewed 3 September 2014

Just in awe!! The history and the preservation of the "underworld" has no words to describe. Most are in awe by the sheer size and volume of the pits. Make sure you visit the gift shop. The farmer who discovered it all is often there...More

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Reviewed 23 July 2014

An amazing place, another must see on any visit to China. Allow a full day to see all the pits, museum and exhibits including travelling time. We were there for less than half a day and that is not enough time to do it justice....More

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Reviewed 15 July 2014

This superb site is worth more than the single day we gave it. I had been in regular & constant contact with Dai Li ("Darren "=English equivalent) [dai20008@aliyum.com] regarding our tour of this fabled, largest tomb in the World from the Qin Dynasty. In fact,...More

1  Thank Juanito_Hayburg
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Reviewed 14 July 2014

The Terra Cotta Warriors and the restoration project is nothing short of amazing. The buildings that they have built to protect the ruins really helps you view the mass project. Until you see it you just can't believe the size of this place and to...More

Thank RollTideMom66
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Reviewed 8 June 2014

Our guide advised us to go to Pit 2, then Pit 3, then Pit 1 - the largest. It gave great perspective to the unearthing of the warriors, chariots, and horses. All are easily viewed if you are patient with the huge crowds. Read the...More

Thank ocmaryland
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Reviewed 3 June 2014

We visited this as part of a viking holiday. Prepare for crowds! However the three pits that hold the army, horses and chariots are all very large and you will see everything if you either move further round the pit or wait a few minutes...More

Thank Lindaoldie
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Reviewed 3 June 2014

Have to agree with French President Jacques Chirac that the Terra Cotta warriors are truly amazing and rank as the 8th wonder. I can't add to much more then to say that this will be everything you have come to expect and more. Awe inspiring...More

Thank Malibu55
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Reviewed 30 May 2014

This was the most amazing site and for me the highlight of my trip to China! This football field size archeological site, discovered accidentally by local farmers in 1974, is an astounding find. I felt that all of us viewing this site were in awe...More

Thank Sandra B
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Reviewed 29 May 2014

Our guide in Xi'an was Irene, associated with China Odyssey Tours. She did an excellent job. She took us on an 18 KM/ bike ride on the wall that surrounds the center of Xi'an. Then we went to a factory that makes Terra Cotta warriors...More

Thank DaleLJ
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