The Mausoleum of the First Qin Emperor is an amazing archeological site that was recently discovered in 1974. Qin was emperor of China thousands of years ago, around 210 B.C. This mausoleum is a whole city located underground where Qin is buried, surrounded by his terracotta army of thousands of warriors, horses, weapons, and chariots.

Qin was the first emperor to fully unify China, so he was highly revered in his day. He is well-known for establishing a network of roads, a unified written language, and a standard for measurements and weights. Excavations are still happening today with new discoveries constantly being made.


Mausoleum of the First Qin Emperor

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