A Tour of Diocletian’s Palace in 3D (Video Trailer)

Daniela Rogulj

Ever wondered what Diocletian’s Palace would look like in 3D?

RestaurArs is a website that launched back in April 2014 with the aim of promoting, enhancing and protecting the historical and artistic heritage of Italy. In addition to the publication of essays, research, and reviews, the website aims to actively promote restoration projects through crowdfunding.

Just recently, RestaurArs featured a project by Danila Loginov – a YouTube user on a mission to revive history using 3D technologies. It was only fitting, then, that Loginov gave Split’s beloved Roman ruin, Diocletian’s Palace, the 3D treatment.

“A short video trailer about the ancient palace of Diocletian 3D tour. This is a work in progress and we’re planning to release the tour in summer 2017. Several new interiors will be added, also the quality of the scene will be improved. You’ll be able to make a walkthrough along the main exterior and interior sights of this remarkable palace,” said Loginov.

An impressive architectural complex built between the 3rd and 4th centuries A.D., Diocletian’s Palace is one of the richest and most impressive monuments of ancient Rome. The Emperor lived there until his death in 311, and in 1979, the palace became a part of UNESCO World Heritage.

Here’s a closer look.


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