File:Sebald cyark 2.jpg

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This historic restoration shows the Romanesque period Saint Sebaldus Church in combination with the current condition of the Church. This view is a combination of 3D digital historic restoration and a point cloud from the laser scan of the current condition of the Church, seen here in reddish-brown.

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Author Robert Frank and Bavarian State Departement of Monuments and Sites
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current13:15, 14 March 2010Thumbnail for version as of 13:15, 14 March 20101,920 × 1,080 (101 KB)Pirkheimer (talk | contribs)Reverted to version as of 23:49, 2 April 2008
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