The Terracotta Army (exhibition)


On March 25, we visited the Terracotta Army exhibition in Nuremberg – a few days before the exhibits move to their next location (Ludwigsburg near Stuttgart, Germany). We visited another Terracotta Army exhibition a few years ago, already quite informative at that time. The current exhibition comprises multimedia presentations – also appealing to the kids.

It was difficult to get good shots with so many visitors roaming about. Therefore, please consider this blog post a teaser. A visit to this exhibition is definitely worth a visit, there are several tours on a global level.

 

Please follow the links for more information:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terracotta_Army

http://science.nationalgeographic.com/science/archaeology/emperor-qin/

http://www.history.com/shows/ancient-discoveries/articles/the-terra-cotta-army

 

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16 thoughts on “The Terracotta Army (exhibition)

    • Even if there are only replicas, some of them in original size – one cannot help being impressed, Dena. Whenever the Terracotta Army exhibition is someplace near you… 🙂

    • The excavation site was certainly impressive, Teresa.
      I guess that they improve the exhibitions over time to keep the visitors coming (back).

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