Sunday, April 20, 2014

My birthday with the Terracotta Warriors and Horses

July 2013

My birthday in July 2012, I visited the Borobudur Temple in Jogjakarta, Indonesia.

This year 2013,  I visited the Terracotta Warriors and Horses in Xi’an China, another UNESCO World heritage site and a place that every traveler must visit.

“The museum of the Terracotta Warriors was opened in 1979. It is the world-famous museum that is constructed on the site of its findings. The main exhibits of the museum are three exposed pits with clay warriors and horses, as well as the hall of the two bronze chariots and horses. Approximately 8,000 clay warriors and horses and more than 10,000 bronze weapons have been found in the pits.”


From the east square of Xi’an Railway Station take buses No. 306 (Green) or No. 914 (Blue) and get off at the final station, The Terracotta Warrior Museum. The whole journey takes about 45 minutes to 1 hour.

Let these images speak.

I am not a professional photographer. I am not a good writer. I am just a traveler. - @pinoytrekker

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