Soar over ancient Rome’s temples, brothels and baths in epic new 3D reconstruction

A new interactive 3D reconstruction of ancient Rome is giving viewers the opportunity to virtually transport themselves back in time and explore the capital of the Roman Empire as it was during its heyday.

Called Rome Reborn: Flight over Ancient Rome, the digital model presented by Flyover Zone, an educational technology company, offers both a bird’s-eye view and on-the-ground perspectives of ancient Rome and its many historical monuments, including the Colosseum, Pantheon, Baths of Caracalla and the Roman Forum, as they may have appeared in A.D. 320, right before the capital city was moved to Constantinople, which was later followed by the fall of the Western Roman Empire, according to a statement.

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