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Smaller in statue and lesser known in fame, Xuzhou's terracotta warriors from Western Han dynasty, 206BC-220AD. (zh wiki) attract little attention, after Xi'an Qin's (211-206 BC). The site was excavated in 1984.
The warriors live in Han dynasty cultural zone, which is in the east...More
This area is full of interesting history from the Han dynasty. I came to see the terracotta figurines, but the park is lovely. I did not care for the tomb. If you desire to entire any of the museums, tombs or other exhibits, a ticket...More
This park contains the tomb of the Prince of Chu, his budget terracotta army, Han stone relieves and several temples.
It is 2-3 km from the XU Zhou Museum and can be done in one day. Save another day to visit the Guishan and Edict...More
Well worth a visit to see this tomb. Is in the same grounds as the Han Buried Warriors and easily walked between or jump into one of the buggy trains that cruise the park [for free]. The souvenir stall inside is very cheap and we...More