Known as the "crown of bronze", the bronze chariots and horses of the Qin Mausoleum are now stored in the Mausoleum Museum of the First Emperor of Qin Dynasty. In 1980, it was unearthed in a carriage pit 20 meters west of the Qinling Mausoleum's enclosure. It was an ancient single-pole double-wheeled carriage and was made according to the proportion of 1/2 of the Qin Dynasty's real-life carriage and horse. The bronze carriage is cast in bronze as a whole. The weight of gold and silver ornaments used in large quantities exceeds 14 kilograms and more than 3,000 parts are assembled by casting, mosaic, welding, button connection between mother and child, and hinge connection. It is the largest, most complex and most complete ancient carriage and horse in the archaeological history of our country, and is known as the "crown of bronze". Bronze carts and horses are painted with moire, geometric and dragon patterns. The colors of red, green, purple and blue are gorgeous and rich, which vividly depicts the splendor and richness of the Royal cars in the Qin Dynasty. The painted bronze chariots and horses in Qinling Mausoleum are the true portrayal of the court uniform system of the Qin Dynasty, and they are of great academic value to the study of the ancient chariot system.
The terracotta warriors and horses here shocked me even more after seeing them. Before, I only saw them in textbooks and TV documentaries. This time, beside the servant pit, I was shocked. Ancient people's wisdom and craftsmanship can not be surpassed by the world today! Although the weather was very hot that day, the people in the pavilion were in a state of shoulder-to-shoulder, I listened to the guide carefully, so that I could know more about Qin Shihuang's great achievements!
When we first discovered the copper carriage and horse, it was a pile of broken. After four years of hard work by four restorers, the bronze chariots and horses of the Qin Dynasty were restored. The whole bronze carriage and horse was cast in half of the proportion of real people. There are more than thousands of parts and they are movable. This can not but say that it is too great.
The terracotta warriors and horses we went to today. Metro Line 1 half slope down, exit a see bus 307. The carriage was exquisite, and the craftsmanship at that time was quite good and well preserved. That is, there are too many people to listen to the explanation. The tickets are expensive. One hundred and fifty
The bronze chariot and horse in Qinling Tomb is the most important bronze ware unearthed from the Terracotta Warriors and Horses of Qinshihuang. It is also the largest bronze ware found in China so far. The whole production of bronze chariots and horses is very fine, which can be described as exquisite design. It is absolutely the highest technology of bronze manufacturing in Qin Dynasty. There are so many visitors here that they have to push forward desperately to see the whole picture. But when you see him at first glance, you feel that everything is worth it.
This exhibit is bronze ware of the Qin Dynasty. The No. 1 bronze carriage of Qinling Tomb is "vertical carriage". It is an ancient single-pole double-wheeled carriage and is made according to the proportion of the real person carriage and horse of the Qin Dynasty. The bronze carriage as a whole is cast in bronze. It is assembled by casting, mosaic, welding, button connection between mother and child, hinge connection and other techniques. It is the largest and most complex ancient carriage and horse unearthed in the history of Archaeology in China. It is known as the "crown of bronze". It vividly depicts the magnificence and splendor of the Royal Vehicle of Qin Dynasty.
In the Terracotta Warriors and Horses Scenic Area, Terracotta Warriors and Horses is a must-see scenic spot in Xi'an. These two carriages are the classics that Terracotta Warriors and Horses must go to. The house turning right after entering the park is the exhibition hall of two carriages. In addition to these two carriages, dozens of other carriages have been excavated, which are expected to be displayed slowly in the future.
Miracle! The Terracotta Warriors and Horses of Qin Shihuang are located in Banzhai Township of Lintong from the burial pit, 1500 meters east of Qin Shihuang Mausoleum. This is a huge underground military museum, known as the eighth wonder of the world. Terracotta Warriors and Horses of the Qin Dynasty are rare in the world in terms of quantity, quality and archaeological discoveries.
In the Museum of Terracotta Warriors and Horses of the First Emperor of Qin Dynasty, two bronze chariots and horses of the Qinling Mausoleum were displayed. Driving is authentic, driving is imitation, the speed is very beautiful, very momentum. There are too many visitors to the Terracotta Warriors and Horses Museum. After listening to the guide's explanation, they can only leave in a hurry.