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Qin Shihuang’s Mausoleum was initially named “lishan”, located on the east of Lintong. According to the historical records, the mausoleum has started to be planed when he ascended the throne at the age of 13. The enormous project has lasted for 38 years; over 700,000 labours were summoned to construct the mausoleum.
According to the historical records, a great amount of priceless treasures, the ingenious machines, and magnificent palaces, made Qin Shihuang’s Mausoleum different from any other Mausoleum. Archaeological investigation shows: The mausoleum is grand in size and rich in burial objects. It covers an area of 56.25 square kilometers. Around the tumulus, over 600 sites have been discovered, including the ruins of the surface buildings, the burial pits with different contents, as well as the subordinate tombs. Furthermore, over 50,000 cultural relics have been unearthed from these sites. Therefore experts think: all these things that the emperor needed in his real life was required in his afterlife. The mausoleum is an underground reproduction of the earth world.