3D Database – Collection Roman Archaeology

The archaeological collection of the Province of Lower Austria currently holds more than two million archaeological finds - most of them still unedicated to science. In addition, there are those new discoveries that come through the annual excavations to light. The material is stored in the depot of the Kulturfabrik Hainburg. Only a small fraction…

Carnuntum – The governor’s guards

The evaluation of results related to the “Comprehensive prospection study of core area Carnuntum“ has produced a new sensational discovery after the gladiator school and early military camps detected in 2011 and 2014 respectively. On the western edge of Bad Deutsch-Altenburg, evidence of barracks belonging to the governor’s guards attached the governor’s palace, was detected.…

STONEHENGE – A Hidden Landscape

The name STONEHENGE is full of mystery. It is probably the most famous prehistoric monument, and also the monument that inspired the most myths and legends. For the first time in the worldwide, this exhibition shows the fascinating cult complex Stonehenge and its surrounding landscape including the most recent research results on the much bigger…

UNIVERSUM HISTORY – City of Gladiators – Carnuntum

The new documentary on Universum, City of Gladiators - Carnuntum is a cooperative project by ORF, Interspot Film, Smithsonian, France 5, SBS and BMBF, and was funded by the Fersehfonds Austria and the State of Lower Austria Film Fund. 7reasons created the virtual reconstructions for this film. LBI ARCHPRO The Roman city of Carnuntum Client…

St Virgil’s Chapel – A Medieval Museum

St Virgil's Chapel was discovered in 1973 during the construction of the Viennese underground railway, and was integrated into the Stephansplatz location of the Wien Museum. The subterranean chapel is one of Vienna's best-preserved Gothic interiors. 7reasons was tasked with creating the animated film Vienna in the Middle Ages as well as interactive media stations…

The Akrotiri Supervolcano

An Austrian research initiativeis securing the threatened cultural heritage of Akrotiri on the Greek island of Santorini. On the initiative of the Austrian Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Archaeological Prospection and Virtual Archaeology, an international research group supported by the National Geographic Society is digitally documenting this unique heritage site using cutting-edge 3D laser scanning technology…

MAMUZ – Asparn Palace / Zaya

The exhibition in the Aspern Palace / Zaya provides a comprehensive overview of the region's prehistory, ancient history, and medieval archaeology. Unique, authentic pieces on display and a hands-on laboratory make the exhibition an inspiring centre for archaeological research in Central Europe. The exceptional design of the interactive stations keeps the interest of visitors. 7reasons…