The mapping projection in the Spanish church of Sant Climent de Taüll brings ancient wall paintings and frescoes - and thus history - back to life: with a multi-award-winning audio-visual production.
The 12th century church of Sant Climent de Taüll housed paintings that are considered masterpieces of the Romanesque period. The frescoes, which have been extensively restored, are no longer in the church but in the National Museum of Catalan Art. Six high-resolution projectors bring the original pictorial realism back to life, with all the details and vibrant colors of the church. The projection, which runs during opening hours, covers an area of approximately 100 square meters and lasts 10 minutes.
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