A History-lesson by Google

Thu 13 November 2008 10:42, Editors

A History-lesson by Google

Google can more and more be used as a part of European History-lessons. Since yesterday teachers all over Europe can now take their students to visit Ancient Rome.  With the help off Google Earth.

By flying into history you can now experience Rome in 320 A.D. Just select “Ancient Rome 3D” in the Google Earth Gallery, fly to Rome,  and you will be taken back in time.


You have to remember to check all the necessary boxes (like ‘Ancient Roman Buildings’) but then you will be able to see all kinds of ancient historical elements. You can visit the Ancient Roman Forum, take a look inside the Colosseum. At several spots you can find more information about the history of Rome. A very learn full experience.

Check out the video provided by Google:

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