ŤĤË ȚŖàÍŊ This is the train that we took to go to Xi’an
The Mosque These are pictures of the mosque that we visited, which was the first place we went in Xi’an.
Drum And Bell tower The Drum Tower in Xian was built in 1380 during the reign of Emperor Hongwu of the Ming Dynasty. The drums were used to tell time. It was renovated twice in 1699 and 1740. Now the drum tower is not used to tell time anymore. It is a place that people go to, to see different types of drums.
The City Wall When Zhu Yuanzhang, the first Emperor of the Ming Dynasty captured huizhou, a hermit named zhusheng told him that he should build a wall to store food supplies and to unfiy the other states. This is the city wall where we went to ride bikes. It is 14 kilometers long and 12-14 Meters Wide
The Aquarium These are photos of the aquarium in Xi’an
Terracotta warriors In 1974 a farmer was drilling a hole hoping to find water when he found a head of one of the terracotta warriors. Scientist think that the pit contains over 8000 terracotta warriors.
The Orphanage On our last day we went to the orphanage. Where we gave each of the babies a soft toy.
Food in Xi’an
Emperor Qin’sHuman Ingenuity - making the great wall - making the terracotta warriors