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5-minute animation showing Rome in 320 CE

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5-minute animation showing Rome in 320 CE
5-minute animation showing Rome in 320 CE

Serbian computer scientist Danila Loginov showed Rome from 320 CE in a beautiful and amazing 3D animation. The film shows famous monuments and monuments of Roman culture, such as: the temple of Divus Augustus, the Basilica of Argentaria and many other shrines on Capitoline Hill.

The presented period is a turning point for the Eternal City because it is the development of the city that is influenced by the Christian influence.

Another interesting animation of Rome this year was created thanks to the joint work of the “Rome Reborn” project and the Khan Academy.

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