Terracotta Army Pit Three
Vault Three, the smallest one, was uncovered in 1976 and opened to visitors in 1987. It measures 17.6 meters east to west and 21.4 meters south to north and the bottom of the pit varies from 5.2 meters to 5.4 meters below the ground level. It's obvious that vault Three was built to be the command post for the soldiers in other pits. The three vaults stand like an equilateral triangle.
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