The State Council approved to construct a historical center nearby in 1975. Whenever finished, individuals from far and close came to visit. The Museum of Qin Terra Cotta Warriors and Horses have gotten to be points of interest on all guests' schedule. Life size terracotta figures of warriors and stallions orchestrated in fight developments are the star highlights at the exhibition hall. They are imitations of what the royal watchman ought to look like in those days of pageantry and power. The exhibition hall covers a range of 16,300 square meters, partitioned into three areas: No. 1 Pit, No. 2 Pit, and No. 3 Pit separately. They were labeled in the request of their disclosures. No. 1 Pit is the biggest, initially opened to the general population on China's National Day - Oct. first, 1979. There are segments of fighters at the front, trailed by war chariots at the back.