WEAVE blogpost: Exploring Slovenia’s castles in 3D

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img:  Koper – Pretorska palača, sejna soba, by Arctur, CC-BY-SA via Europeana

Let’s zoom in on some of Slovenia’s heritage sites, with a beginner’s guide to picturesque castles and evocative ruins illustrated by 3D models and digitised cultural heritage, in a great blog published by the WEAVE project editorial team in Europeana ➡️ HERE

 


This blog is part of WEAVE – Widen European Access to cultural communities Via Europeana: a project funded by the European Commission under the Connecting Europe Facilities (CEF) aimed at developing a framework to link the tangible and intangible heritage of cultural communities.

 

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