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  1. Mausoleum of Qin Shi Huang, the first emperor of China, near Xi’an, Shaanxi, China.

  2. Mausoleum of the First Emperor Qin Shihuang, a Unesco World Heritage Site in Litong County, Shaanxi Province, China

    34°22’52.51″ N 109°15’14.52″ E

  3. Pyramids of China
    Area Four Xi’an Region
    Great Pyramid at Xi’an, China

    N 34 22’55, E 109 15’14

  4. La pirámide esta ubicada en la Ciudad de Yanzhai, también hogar de más de 8.000 soldados de terracota, obra del llamado “emperador amarillo”(34°22’52.94″N,109°15’14.68″E)

  5. This is the tomb of the Qin Shi Huang (Ying Zheng), first emperor of a united China who died around 210 BCE. He was the guy that started the Great Wall. The Terracotta army was built to protect his memorial city.

    It’s located at about 34 22 N 109 15 E

  6. The Mausoleum of the First Emperor of the Qin Dynasty (221 BC-206 BC), who successfully defeated all rival ducal states and unified China by establishing the first centralized feudal dynasty, is located at the northern foot of Lishan Hill in Lintong, Shaanxi Province. It is the largest mausoleum ever discovered in the world.

  7. The tomb of Qin Shi Huang, first emperor of a united China. Guarded by the famous Terracotta Warriors near Xi’an, Shaanxi Province.

    The description of it sounds pretty amazing. A hundred rivers made with mercury? Crossbows rigged to shoot anyone who tried to break in? Wow.

  8. Its one of the many pyramids near Xian. Many of them are northwest of the city, near Xiangyang, but this is just west of the Terracota Army museum…

    I spent days watching pyramids in this area, but the hint led me directly to the right spot.

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