Journey across the world and back in time to one of Mexico’s most sacred archaeological sites. An early city of Mesoamerica, Monte Alban is a UNESCO World Heritage site of anthropological and historical significance. Begin with a bird’s eye view to understand the layout of the main plaza. Or explore the real detail of carved stones featuring Zapotec glyphs.
Effortlessly manipulate multi-tonne carved stones to virtually recreate a building façade adorned with some of the earliest writing. Researchers can experiment with ethnohistory by exploring unresearched stone configurations to create new narratives in the virtual.
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