In the history of China, Qin Dynasty is the first highly centralized feudal dynasty which has exerted a far-stretching influence. And Qin Shi Huang is the first feudal emperor who commanded highly centralized power. He acclaims unparalleled achievement for unifying China, but his tyranny also leads to the quick collapse of his empire. The Qin Dynasty, though short in existence, has left an abundance of material cultural heritage, such as the imposing Great Wall, the majestic Terracotta Army of the Qin Mausoleum, which have all witnessed Chinas brilliant civilization 2000 years ago.

Emperor Qin

Imperial Achievement

onsolidate the regime and stable the society, Qin Shi Huang established a complete central and local official system. Meanwhile, he unified the countrys legal system and monetary system, and standardized the Chinese characters and weights and measures. All these measures were necessary to stabilize the society and promote the development of economy and cultural exchanges. His great achievements turned a new page in the history of China.
Unification of Currency Unification of Weights and Measures Vehicles of the Same Track
Unification of Currency Unification of Weights and Measures Vehicles of the Same Track
Books with the Same Characters Three Major Water Conservancy Projects Construction of the Great Wall
Books with the Same Characters Three Major Water Conservancy Projects Construction of the Great Wall
Mausoleum of the First Qin Emperor E-Pang Palace The Ancient City of Xian   Underground Palace of Emperor Qinshihuangs Mausoleum The Underground Palace of Emperor ?Qinshihuang's Mausoleum is an enigma of over 2000 years. It is speculated based on the recorded materials that it may be a huge palace within palace that hosts the emperors coffin; it is supposed to accommodate civil and military officials built like modern waxworks accompanying the supreme emperor, together with abundant fine arms, numerous rare treasures and precious books left unburnedWe will never know the answers until the underground palace is unfolded in front of us.
Mausoleum of the First Qin Emperor E-Pang Palace The Ancient City of Xian Underground Palace of Emperor Qinshihuangs Mausoleum
Qin bricks

Qin bricks


Qin bricks are of gray lime-colored, hard and varied in patterns. The common patterns are diamond, fret, round, S-shaped and cloud pattern.Some bricks are engraved with characters.
Pottery Ware of the Qin Han Dynasties

Pottery Ware of the Qin Han Dynasties


Pottery Ware of the Qin & Han Dynasties refers to ancient Chinese pottery ware with the Qin and Han dynasty styles.
Terre-Cotta Army of the Qin Dynasty

Terre-Cotta Army of the Qin Dynasty


The Terra-Cotta Army of the Qin Dynasty is Chinas rare historical relics, enjoying worldwide fame. They are the works made by craftsmen some 2,200 years ago and have been listed as the eighth wonder of the world.
Bronze Chariots in the Mausoleum of the First Qin Empero

Bronze Chariots in the Mausoleum of the First Qin Emperor


Bronze Chariot in the Mausoleum of the First Qin Emperor is the general designation of two large-sized color-painted bronze chariot unearthed from the Mausoleum of the First Qin Emperor in 1980.