The Terracotta Warriors in Times Square

       Are you intrigued by – or at least curious about – the thousands of clay warriors created by China’s first emperor?  If so, then you should head to Times Square! 

       Until August 26, the exhibition Terracotta Warriors: Defenders of China’s First Emperor is on display at Discovery Times Square.  My wife and I recently visited the Harry Potter Exhibition at Discovery Times Square.  The Discovery website describes the exhibition this way:  “Direct from China, discover the legend behind the authentic terracotta soldiers with a fascinating journey back to the days of China’s first emperor Qin Shihuangdi — before and after his epic rule. Marvel at the life-size warriors up close and in person, alongside an exclusive collection of over 200 treasures and artifacts from ancient China.” 

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One Response to “The Terracotta Warriors in Times Square”

  1. Says:

    The Warriors at Qin Shi Huang’s Unesco World Heritage Site
    are truly special. Well worth a visit from the city of Xian.
    It takes about an hour by taxi to reach the site.
    Great photo opportunities.

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