A few months back, we shared a video that provided a 3D-redndering of Rome at its peak in 320 AD. While that video was produced by Vox, we are sharing a new video produced by the project Byzantium 1200, which creates computer reconstructions of the Byzantine Monuments located in Istanbul, Turkey as of the year 1200 AD. Their newest video takes a look at Constantinople, with a specific focus on the city's water system. Among the landmarks highlighted are the Unkapani Cistern, the Porta Aurea, the Valens Aqueduct, the Nymphaeum, and the Forum of Constantine. Check out the video below.
Feature image via YouTube/Byzantium 1200