The First Qin Emperor known as Qin Shi Huang (in pinyin) or嬴政(Yingzheng) has his mausoleum in Xi’an, the capital city during his reign. He was the first emperor in Chinese history. This mausoleum is the largest one of its kind in China and contains the highest number of buried artifacts.
The Terracotta Warriors are well known across the world and are one of the predominant reasons for visitors to Xi’an. The three pits of Emperor Qin Shi Huang’s mausoleum containing the terracotta figurines of soldiers of various rank and their steeds is one of the most significant archeological discoveries of the century. In ancient China
Located in Huayin city, 120 km from Xi’an, Mount Huashan is one of the Five Taoist Mountains alongside- Mount Taishan(泰山) in the east of China, Mount Hengshan(衡山) in the south of China, Mount Hengshan (恒山) in the north of China and Mount Songshan(嵩山) in the center of China. Mount Huashan(华山) in located in the west