A series of tombs which belonged to a noble family. Only one is open. But on my whole Silk Road trip, we did not come across another tomb with these unique features or art. The tomb is built with an inner chamber with drawings depicting activities within a household. Next in the outer chamber, are brick drawings depicting the life outside it's wall. As there were no crowds, the curator was ready to discuss and talk abt the murals, giving us a close and detailed view of the drawings.
The general area gives us a good idea of how tombs can only be identified by mounds on the ground. This tomb is at least a couple of stories down.
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