The Terracotta Army warriors were originally underground.
Emperor Qin Shi Huang's terracotta army was buried and sealed in the Lintong District, Xi'an, in the Shaanxi province. Discovered in 1974 by local farmers, the incredible collection of sculptures including horses, chariots, and more than 8,000 soldiers.
China , in the Shaanxi Province .
the terracotta army
It was not the Terracotta Army that Qin Shihuang used to take the whole country, but the soldiers who the Terracotta Army modelled after. Thus the unification of China by Qin Shihuang was happened in 221 BCE.
Terracotta Army was created in 1974.
1. The Terracotta Army was created by the first emperor 2. The Terracotta Army Fights like of course
No, there isn't a figure made to represent Qin Shihuang in the Terracotta Army. It's reasonable that the emperor shouldn't be include in his honor guards. He is resting in his "underground palace" to the west of the place terracotta warriors buried.