There was considerable restoration work going on in the first building we were in (the huge one,)
The third building we were in seemed to have more complicated groupings of soldiers, and if I rightly recall, held the higher echelons of the military. In terms of photography it was awful. The light levels were even lower than in the first building, and the photos came out a sickly khaki yellow colour. I have converted them to black and white.
The horses were particularly impressive. The decimated and decapitated army, not so much. But it does give you an indication of how much work has been done, and how much more is left to do.
Notice that the soldiers controlling the horses have their hands in position to hold the reins.
Next post: Answer to the riddle: “What is the national bird of China?”