Heritage

Archaeological Park of Paludi

An important fortress attributed to either the Bruttians or the Greeks, founded by Alexander Molossus, King of Epirus, Castiglione di Paludi today holds many archaeological remains of the Hellenistic age, perhaps the best preserved site in Southern Italy: the remains of the "theatre", of the public spaces and, above all, the walls, with their towers and the monumental Eastern Gate.
We’ve conducted the 3D reconstruction of 11 objects from the site, which now are available to the public in stereoscopy on a Totem Mneme installed in the Visitor Center. In addition, we have designed an easy didactic game in augmented reality: thanks to a number of QR Codes located at specific points in the park, and to a system of questionnaire scores, "ArcheoQuiz" offers a funny and interactive visit of the archaeological remains.
2016
2016
Decatrondi Carlo Pio Bruno
Decatron
di Carlo Pio Bruno
Via S. Martino s.n.c.Paludi (CS) - Calabria
Via S. Martino s.n.c.
Paludi (CS) - Calabria
Archaeological Park
Archaeological Park
www.parcoarcheologicopaludi.it
www.parcoarcheologicopaludi.it

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