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    Posted: 10-Nov-2004 at 18:59

Found these on the web.They are a little crude but I still find them interesting. Does anyone know of other 3D recreation for other historical structures

http://www.3dparse.com/

http://www.persepolis3d.com/frameset.html

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  Quote vagabond Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11-Nov-2004 at 01:36

It's not 3-D but for a tour of the ancient sites in Greece - try this one:

http://www.stoa.org/metis/cgi-bin/cat

there's a similar virtual tour of the taj mahal here:

http://www.taj-mahal.net/indexHome.htm

The same group also does Kew gardens, the British Parliament, St Paul's Cathedral - they have a number of sites that you must register to see all of.

http://www.armchair-travel.com/home/index.htm

There's a (somewhat clunky) virtual reconstruction of the Great Kiva from Chetro Ketl with good information here:

http://sipapu.gsu.edu/html/kiva.html

The Globe Theater reconstruction is here:

http://virtual.clemson.edu/caah/Shakespr/VRGLOBE/

There are several Roman virtual reconstructions here:

http://australis.www2.50megs.com/Marcellus/tour1a.HTML

 

There are lots of others - help us out here folks...

 

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  Quote cattus Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14-Nov-2004 at 03:45
http://www.byzantium1200.com/contents.html

I posted this before but i like it and its improving.
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  Quote I/eye Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14-Nov-2004 at 06:19

The largest buddhist temple in the world, hwang ryong sa, was built by Silla Korea but was burned down by Mongols(i think)..

I saw a 3D recreation of that but i can't find it now..

[URL=http://imageshack.us]
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