The scientific secrets behind historical landmarks are revealed through the use of 3D-laser scanning technology.
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Discover the hidden keys to the construction of Jerusalem’s engineering creations.
Learn engineering secrets of the ancient Roman arena.
Watch cutting-edge technology uncover construction secrets from this ancient Incan city.
Uncover the construction secrets of an architectural wonderland lost for a century.
The team explores the man-made mountain and palace remains of Herodium.
The secrets to how astonishing games could be produced lie beneath the stage.
See how the team's technology helps them discover how Machu Picchu was built.
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Explore Jerusalem’s engineering creations. Airs 12/23
Uncover engineering secrets behind ancient Rome’s Colosseum. Airs 12/16
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