Shot of some of the figures of the Warriors of Xian. When you reach the pit number one, it fills an inner silence, contemplating the wonder shows in perspective the 6,000 figures of warriors, chariots and horses arranged in battle position and aligned towards the eastern end. The archers covering the southernmost areas but also occupy the first three lines of fire along the crossbowmen, then dragged the cars are arranged by four horses and a charioteer and defended by battalions of warriors. Subsequently, the bulk of the army appears ready in 36 rows and armed with spears, axes, daggers, swords and crossbows. The figures are sculpted in clay to a size of between 1'76 and 1.82 meters, one to one modeled probably the image of the army at that time served the Emperor Qin Shi Huang.