It was a fascinating exhibtion, a good mixture of artefacts, a few of the actual terracotta warriors, some films and varied media.
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The First Emperor and his army
The terracotta army of Qin Shi Huangdi (259–210 BC) was discovered by chance in 1974. This army of around 8000 terracotta warriors was one of the most famous archaeological discoveries of all time. It is part of a tomb complex, which, to date, has only partially been uncovered. Since 1987 it has been inscribed on the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites and is often called the Eighth Wonder of the World.
The exhibition "Qin - The eternal emperor and his terracotta warriors" focuses on the formation of the Chinese Empire, the flamboyant personality of its First Emperor and his monumental tomb complex with the spectacular terracotta army, as well as the legacy of his reign in China. The terracotta figures will be presented together with around 220 other precious and fascinating artefacts pertaining to the early history of the Chinese Empire.