Using three-dimensional digital rendering, Virtual Plasencia explores three formative moments in the life of Gonzalo García de Carvajal offering viewers an inviting and useful learning experience.


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Explore the Three-Dimensional Dioramas

Vineyard Land

Here, in Plasencia Spain, Archdeacon Carvajal has opted to offer land he acquired to his lower level family members. Read more

Taxation

November 1425, Bishop Santa María appointed Gonzalo Garcia to gomake a delivery to Juan II. Read more

Knight to Clergy

Gonzalo Garcia’s transition from knighthood to the church was one that completely reshaped the way the carvajals operated. Read more


3D Printing and Creation Process

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To learn more about the process for creating these virtual three-dimensional dioramas, and to view the final 3D printed dioramas, please visit the documentation page.


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