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Bragança Castle – Portugal

Education
The Castle of Bragança is a well-preserved medieval castle located in the historic center of the city of Bragança, district of Bragança, Portugal.
Social and cultural aspects
The castle is very well-preserved. It has seen a turbulent history that saw occupation during the Moorish period to the devastation and reconstruction that accompanied the Christian reconquest of the Iberian Peninsula. Today, it stands as a monument to the history of Portugal Archaeological evidence permits a determination of human settlement in this region to the Paleolithic. During the Neolithic, there was a growth of productive human settlements which concentrated on planting and domestication of animals, with the beginnings of a nascent religion. There are many vestiges of these ancient communities, including ceramics, agricultural implements, weights, arrowheads and modest jewelry, all forged from rock. Many of these artefacts were found in funerary mounds, such as the tumulus of Donai (mostly destroyed). There are many signs of megalithic constructions dotted throughout the region. It is believed that the larger proto-historic communities developed in Terra Fria, probably in the final part of the Bronze Age (1000-700 BC). During this period, the Castro culture of fortified urban structures resulted in walled settlements, situated in elevated areas with a panoramic view, for defense. These communities were essentially survived on subsistence agriculture.
Professional contribution
Art, Design, 3D Model
Technical details
Vertices 731.7k, Triangles 1.5M, Quads 136, Total triangles 1.5M,, Included 3D formats: Blender (blend), Generated GLTF (gltf),Generated USDZ (usdz). Download size 109MB
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The VRSciT Project

The VRSciT project (2020-1-PT01-KA204-078597) has been funded with support from the European Commission. This web site reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.