Itálica shows the restoration of the Planetarium mosaic in 360º video

Itálica shows the restoration of the Planetarium mosaic in 360º video

The Archaeological Ensemble of Itálica has published a 360º video where it shows for the first time in this way, the restoration work on the Planetarium mosaic, Roman mosaic located in the House of the Planetarium of the complex.

The 3-minute video allows the viewer to get immersive in the restoration work carried out by the professionals and has been presented on the YouTube channel of the Archaeological Ensemble of Itálica.

The Planetarium mosaic It has an area of ​​32 square meters and was discovered in 1972 during excavations directed by Professor José María Luzón.

You can see the Planetarium mosaic in detail in Google Art.

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