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Tomb of QinShiHuang

The Tomb of Emperor Qinshihuang is the biggest Imperial Mausoleum in ancient China, located between a river in front and a mountain behind. In 1961, the State Council put the Tomb of Emperor Qinshihuang under state protection as a cultural relic. Emperor Qin shi huang is the first emperor who unified the whole ancient China, a remarkable and controversial emperor in the Chinese history. Emperor Qinshihuang is known as a tyrant but more often for his great achievements during his regime. His tomb was built deep underground, containing not only several palaces but also several burial places of the high Qin officials.
One distinctive characteristic of the tomb is that it has two city walls and is shaped like the Chinese character "回". The grounds of the Mausoleum are also vast and there are performances at the Mausoleum every day. The world-famous Terra-Cotta Warriors are accessories of the Tomb of Emperir Qin Shi Huang. Some guide information of the Tomb of Emperor Qin Shi Huang is following. Location: Lintong County, East of Xi'an City  Contact number: +86 29 83912874  Opening Hours: 07:30 to 18:30  Admission Fee: CNY 20/Person (Dec.1-the end of Feb.) ; CNY 40/Person (Mar.1-Nov.30)

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