Re: Taj Mahal India - informative web site
- There was a computer game a few years ago called India (or something
like that) which included a sequence that amounts to a virtual tour
of the Taj Mahal both inside and out. If anyone is interested I'll
hunt up the title. As I recall this sequence was very good for its
time, about ten years ago, and came at the beginning of the game so
you didn't have to play through some of the sillier parts. I used
to usse it for a middle part that illustrates a street scene with a
few houses you can go into and look around. That section includes
a bycycle rider smoking bidis with a green smoke. The high school
kids went wild. Silly children.
--- In email@example.com, "Judy Decker"
> Dear Art Educators,
> Here is a link to a web site about the Taj Mahal.
> Site does not have high quality images - but those can be found
> Site offers information on architecture, facts, history, andlegends
> of Taj Mahal. At present, the site does not have advertising so it
> would be a good one to use with students.
> Links will be added to Incredible Art Department.
> Judy Decker
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