This must be one of the greatest discoveries in modern times (1974). The warriors first made (of clay) and then destroyed more than 2,000 years ago but were just discovered (by a farmer, drilling for water) less than 40 years ago. Three huge, covered pits (each about 2 or 3 football fields long) are open to the public featuring thousands of warriors and horses that were put back together after being destroyed. There are another 595 or so pits still in the works and discoveries are still being made. On our recent 10-day trip to China, this site ranked up there with the Great Wall as the must-see attractions.
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