Xian, international metropolis in the seventh century

Xi'an is famous for its many museums. To reach this resort town many traders and domestic and foreign visitors.

ListFree.org (Press Release) - Monday, June 17th, 2013

China – Xi’an is famous for its many museums. To reach this resort town many traders and domestic and foreign visitors. Their authorities are working to turn it into an international metropolis, as it was 1,300 years ago, when sen / ed as the capital of the Tang Dynasty.

Founded soldados y caballos de terracota and now the capital of Shaanxi Province, X is the city ran the longest history in China. For over 1100 years it settled 12 dynasties, among which include the Qin and Tang. Qin Shihuang (259 BC-210.ane) was the first emperor who unified the Chinese territory and made a sene of high-impact reforms, including the unification of writing
Trench terracotta soldiers and horses belonging to the tomb of Qin Shihuang and currency. Like his grave, his feat caused great admiration.

The Tang Dynasty (618-907) was the golden age in Chinese history, because it had a strong national power and a vast territory and established extensive trade relations with Asian countries and even Europe through The Road Silk. Many European traders residing in China and thousands of students from Japan and Korea reached Xran to learn Chinese culture. By the influence of Buddhism in Tang Chinese monks traveled to India for sutras. Then the city was called Changan, which was the largest metropolis and most prosperous in the world. It covered an area of ​​84 square kilometers, where one million people lived.

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Tomb of Qin Shihuang and Terracotta Army Museum
Both are cultural heritage of humanity.
The tomb of Qin Shihuang is 30 kilometers from la ciudad de Xi’an. Upon ascending the throne, Qin Shihuang undertook the work of his tomb. As his ambition was to dominate the country, he also built a large mysterious underground palace. Until now archaeologists have uncovered only a small part of this work. The pits of terracotta warriors and horses excavated are just three of the 600 located in the imperial tomb.丫 these three are outside the core campus perimeter of 1.5 kilometers. The tomb covers an area of ​​56.25 square kilometers and was built in correspondence with Ja Qin capital, surrounded by a double wall. The pits verified to some 600.

The graves of soldiers and horses are funerary objects added to the royal tomb. They have discovered three of its kind, in which 8,000 soldiers found / terracotta horses, which were the same as true men and horses. The soldiers, with an average height of 1.8 meters, vivid and elegant look, while the horses, finely carved, showing an air of majesty. Both were an arrogant portrait of Qin army, Famen Monastery
Built in the second century, the Famen Monastery is known as the “imperial monastery” and became a sacred Buddhist headquarters in China for being placed on it sheli (Buddhist monk ash) of Sakyamuni.

The underground palace beneath the monastery discovered Buddhist pagodas is the largest of its kind in the country. The most valuable among the jewels of the underground palace belongs to sheli of Sakyamuni, which, after being examined and verified by experts, was recognized as authentic. Perhaps because of its high value, the Tang Dynasty emperors worshiped on many occasions. This is the only sheli of Sakyamuni in the world still in existence.

Huashan Mountain

This is one of the five famous mountains in China. Located 120 kilometers from X n, the elevation is famous for its grandeur and majesty.

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