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A Greater Legacy

AdvantagesClose-up view of a few of the figures

DisadvantagesMissing the 'wow'

"The eponymous 'first emperor' is Ying Zheng, - first in the sense that he was the first to unify the vast area that came to form the basis of modern China (whose very name derives from his original kingdom at the centre of it Qin - pronounced 'chin') - first also in the sense of foremost, first and uppermost, which was how he saw himself: as illustrated in his adoption of the religious title Qin Shighuangdi (First August Thearch of Qin) - to be echoed ..." Read review
20.09.2007

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A real sense of history. Review with images

AdvantagesSuperb sense of history, close up view

Disadvantagescrowds

"...ago that we heard that The Terracotta Army was to leave the shores of China for the first time and take up temporary residence in The British Museum. This was an opportunity that simply could not be wasted as this exhibition may never find it's way to these shores again. We therefore booked tickets on-line and had a wide choice of availability in terms of time slots/dates given we were booking so far in advance. Tickets cost £12 adults/child under ..." Read review
25.03.2008

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The life and death of Qin Shihuangdi

AdvantagesAn amazing opportunity to view artefacts from the tomb of China's First Emperor.

DisadvantagesLimited amount of artefacts. The crowds!!!!

"The arrival of a small delegetion from the First Chinese Emperor's terracotta army to the British Museum in London generated great interest. Over the past six months, thousands of tourists have invaded the samll space of the museum's reading room to get a glimpse of elaborate warriors standing on guard. The exhibition, simply entitled The First Emperor: China's Terracotta Army, has been in London since 13th September 2007 and runs until 6th April ..." Read review
06.03.2008

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