Curiosidades

Así se verían estas ruinas históricas si fuesen restauradas

Un equipo de artistas recreó digitalmente famosos edificios que datan de mucho tiempo atrás

martes 19 de junio de 2018 - 7:10 am

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Roman Baths (Inglaterra)

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Parthenon (Atenas, Grecia)

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Domus Aurea Corte Octogonal (Roma, Italia)

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Lower Terrace, Masada (Israel)

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Great Kiva, monumento nacional de las ruinas aztecas (Nuevo México, Estados Unidos)

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Basílica de Majencio (Roma, Italia)

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Angkor Wat (Siem Reap, Camboya)

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