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Daywalker Rome in Ruins

This app is a companion to the iBook Rome in Ruins - Along the Aurelian Wall

This app is a companion to the iBook Rome in Ruins - Along the Aurelian Wall

Daywalker Rome in Ruins

by Danny Hoover
Daywalker Rome in Ruins
Daywalker Rome in Ruins

What is it about?

This app is a companion to the iBook Rome in Ruins - Along the Aurelian Wall. The iBook can be downloaded from the iTunes store. (insert link). This app provides interactive content in the form of maps showing each point of interest, verbal directions to the next location on each path. It provides 3D Flyovers for each point of interest. It also provides 3D Flyovers following the path described in the book and shown on the maps.

App Details

Version
1.0
Rating
NA
Size
194Mb
Genre
Travel Education
Last updated
March 3, 2016
Release date
March 3, 2016
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App Store Description

This app is a companion to the iBook Rome in Ruins - Along the Aurelian Wall. The iBook can be downloaded from the iTunes store. (insert link). This app provides interactive content in the form of maps showing each point of interest, verbal directions to the next location on each path. It provides 3D Flyovers for each point of interest. It also provides 3D Flyovers following the path described in the book and shown on the maps.

The City of Rome is one of the most remarkable cities in the world. The historic city center is a showcase of Western civilization with art and artifacts from the previous three millennia. Wherever you walk, there seems to be an unending parade of ancient Roman, Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque and modern sites to see. That is a good thing in general, but it can be somewhat overwhelming, too.

This guide is the result of our desire to focus on a specific class of sites to see, namely, the archeological sites of ancient Rome. By ancient Rome, we mean the Rome from the city's founding in 753 BC to the end of the Roman Empire in 476 AD. That's over twelve hundred years of cultural history to cover!