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Get acquainted with the pile-dwellings’ World heritage and its significance for the present. With the help of augmented reality you will enrich your experience of the exhibit An Enormous Find – First Pile Dwellings Discovery on Ljubljana Marsh (Slovenia).
On the exhibitions’ panels, physical model or on the web, scan the images with augmented reality icon.
Exhibition will be on display:
Ljubljana City Museum from 3. December 2015 till 10. January 2016
Ig Public Library from 15. January 2016 till 29. January 2016
Slovenia National Museum in February 2016
For further displays and info see www.ljubljanskobarje.si
Ig’s or Dežman’s pile dwellings are a part of the 111 prehistoric pile dwellings around the Alps, inscribed on UNESCO World Heritage List in 2011. The remains of prehistoric settlements are the main archaeological source for exploration of early agrarian societies in Europe. Findings provide detailed insight into the life of prehistoric Europe from 5000 to 500 BC. During the age of pile dwellings there have been some advances in technology and society that are so timeless that they seem self-evident. The use of ceramics is one of them and the most famously decorated ones are from Dežman’s pile dwellings.
The exhibition will present the story of the discovery through graphic material, hands on replicas of the artefacts, a physical model of the area and augmented reality contents. In preparation of the exhibition participated: the National Museum of Slovenia, Ljubljana City Museum and the ZRC SAZU Institute of Archaeology. The exhibition was supported by the Ministry of Culture, the Slovenian National Commission for UNESCO and the municipality Ig.