3D photo of Venus de Milo was taken in Louvre, of course. Aphrodite of Milos, better known as the Venus de Milo, is an ancient Greek statue and one of the most famous works of ancient Greek sculpture.
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You can view anaglyph 3d photo of Grand Sphynx in the museum of Louvre.
Grand Sphynx is one of the biggest sphinxes outside of Egypt. The Grand Sphynx was found in the ruins of the Temple of Amun at Tanis in 1825.
3D photo presents Mammuthus (or mammoth), a genus of Pleistocene elephants that were adapted to steppe and tundra habitats. The tusks were elongated and strongly curved, and the skull was shorter and higher than that of other elephants. The woolly mammoth was adapted to Arctic environments.
Titanophoneus potens which means “the titanic murderer” in Greek is the best-known of the anteosaurs, thanks to a complete skull and postcrania. Theses remains were found at Isheevo in Russia. This specimen has the scull about 26 cm in length.
On this 3D picture one can see the famous fountain “Samson Tearing Open the Laws of the Lion” which is located in front of the Grand Palace in Peterhof. The fountain was constructed by the order of Catherine I by Mikhail Kozlovsky in the 1730s. This masterpiece represents Russia’s victory over Sweden in the Great Northern War, and is doubly symbolic.
Spiral staircase is one of the greatest inventions of architecture. They make people look up (or drop down) and admire the amazing symmetry. But often they may cause dizziness.
3D image presents perhaps one of the most beautiful, famous and often photographed staircases in the world, the staircase, which is located in the Vatican.
3D picture presents the view of the Grand Cascade from the Grand Palace looking down the Sea Channel to the Gulf of Finland in Peterhof.
The Grand Palace is the highest point, towering at the edge of the natural terrace16-meters high. On its slopes fountain jets with gold and silver sculptures of the Grand Cascade are sparkling.
3D picture presents a skeleton of Plesiosaurus, a genus of flippered marine reptiles that lived during the early Jurassic period. They were not dinosaurs, but plesiosaurs, marine reptiles from the Mesozoic Era. Plesiosaurus means “near lizard.” These streamlined reptiles were roughly 2.3 m long and may have weighed about 90 kg.
Colloseo Rome is which is located in Rome Italy is previously referred to as Flavian Amphitheatre. This is the largest elliptical amphitheatre that was built in Rome during the Roman Empire. This impressive building which shows the greatest architectural and engineering during the Roman era still proudly stands at the heart of the most historical place in Rome. The inside of the Colosseum on this 3D Photos.