Top 5 Reasons To Visit Qin Shi Huang Mausoleum
The Qin Shi Huang mausoleum is one of the most historical and mysterious places to visit while in touring China. Qin Shi Huang was the first emperor of China and only ruler to have unified China’s seven warring clans and command the construction of The Great Wall of China. The tomb site is very mysterious and popular to visit.
Below are the top 5 reasons to visit the Qin Shi Huang Mausoleum:
1. The area itself is full of mystery which is why tourists flock to the tomb of Qin Shi Huang. Chinese and worldwide tourists want to see what first emperor’s tomb looks like. It is more intricate and vast than one could ever imagine and because of this the tomb sighting is listed on just about any of China tours.
2. The 8,000 Chinese stone warriors are a drawing card for a visitation to the Qin Shi Huang Mausoleum. Each warrior is made of terracotta and constructed as highly unique; no two soldiers appear to look the same. Each soldier is complete with unique dressing and weaponry. All soldiers are positioned by rank and facing the tomb. The soldiers appear to be guarding the Qin Shi Huang Mausoleum.
3. Many visitors come to the tomb because of the proximity the area is to the Yangtze River Three Gorges Dam. The scenery is beautiful and photographs are a must. There is truly no other place on earth that can compare to this unique setting.
4. Tourists arrive at the mausoleum because they have a hunger for history, especially ancient Chinese history. The young emperor was only thirteen years old when he first ordered construction of his tomb and died shortly after the 36 year construction time.
5. The top reason people travel to the mausoleum is because of the hidden treasures and valuables that have yet to be revealed. As a tourist, you can freely tour the area, but most areas and details are under the protection of the Chinese authority.