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3D-printing is helping to restore the world's destroyed heritage sites

3D imaging is being used to capture and document some of the worlds threatened cultural heritage sites. Image: REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki

Rob Smith

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3D image of the Thai city of Ayutthaya Image: CyArk
Syrian soldiers on the ruins of the Temple of Bel Image: REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki
A replica of the destroyed Arch of Triumph Image: IDA

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