The largest excavation pit in China which contains around 8,000 terracotta figures

Pictures taken by KianHong Photography @ Pit One – the largest excavation pit which contained around 8,000 terracotta figures (the majority of which are still buried), in the eastern suburbs of Xi’an, Shaanxi Province, China.

As a second part of this photographic series KianHong went to the exhibion, which is still running (until the 16th of October), at the Asian Civilisations Museum (ACM). The results of both sessions are magnificent !

Via KianHong, a freelance photographer currently based in Singapore specialized in portraiture, travel and documentary photography.

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