First Chinese emperor lies untouched amongst terracotta warriors; ABC

The Terracotta Army, part of a mausoleum, is now a UNESCO World Heritage site 1,000Km southwest of Beijing. More than 8,000 terracotta sculptures depict armies of Qim Shi Huang, the first Emperor of China which were buried with the emperor and intended to protect him in his afterlife.

Source: First Chinese emperor lies untouched amongst terracotta warriors

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