Quite An Unusual Way To Save An Ancient Tomb

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More than 3000 years ago a young pharaoh has died, and he was buried in one of the most beautiful tombs ever. In the 1922 this tomb was discovered by Howard Carter, and ever since it was amazing sight for the human eyes.

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Although, time took it’s toll on this tomb, archaeologists managed to deduct that the walls were dotted with blue porcelain, and they also found huge casket and even a 16 foot shrine. After this location became open for public many tourists decided to visit it, and every tourist that visited was smitten by the beauty of the tomb.

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After many visits the tomb became very damaged, and the damage became so serious that there is a chance that the tomb will fall apart. In order to save the tomb a multinational team of researchers have decided to create the perfect replica of it near the city of Luxor, and Adam Lowe is leading the project.

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The team is has been working on this project for a few years, and they have been using special kind of high-tech 3D scanners, so they can recreate even the slightest detail of the tomb.

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