The Chinese city of Xi’an was the central stronghold for all of the country’s most important ancient dynasties going back 3，000 years.
Tourists flocking to see the city’s Terra Cotta Army， 6，000 unique and life-size statues buried to protect the tomb of the great Zhou emperor Qin Shi Huang， has made Xi’an famous in modern times.
That will only multiply when the emperor’s sprawling mausoleum， rumored to hold invaluable treasures and rivers of mercury， is finally opened by archaeologists.
2008 Olympic game is coming,I think many peoples come from other countrys will visit this great ancient army. Do you want to visit it?Welcome!