A must sight for any traveller coming this way. Three pits filled with clay warriors (or the remains of) which were put into the ground around 210 BC to protect the first emperor of China, Qin Shi Huang, in his afterlife. They were accidentally found by some farmers in 1974, while digging for a new well. The pits are still not fully excavated, but the estimated numbers of warriors are over 8000. The warriors were grouped into army units like soldier, chariots and cavalry, and all are made in full size. While the bodies of the all soldiers are made from same mold, all of them have different faces. So while the exhibition is good, the story behind is even better. Keep in mind that the Chinese consider this an "Eighth Wonder of the World" and have turned the place into a souvenir black hole, that only Chinese can be fond of.