Rebuilt and re-imagined: Life inside 7 ancient ruins
Ancient ruins can take us back in time, providing historians, archaeologists and visitors alike with clues about the daily lives of the great civilizations that inhabited them. But there are still many mysteries and secrets to uncover.
We’ve recreated the interiors of some of the world’s most fascinating ancient ruins to reveal what experts believed they used to look like – and what happened inside. Take a look at the befores and afters below!
Roman Baths (Bath, England)
Domus Aurea Octagonal Court (Rome, Italy)
Basilica of Maxentius (Rome, Italy)
Lower Terrace, Masada (Masada, Israel)
Parthenon (Athens, Greece)
Angkor Wat (Siem Reap, Cambodia)
Great Kiva, Aztec Ruins National Monument (New Mexico, USA)