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What is Europ3D?

Europ3D is an international education project connecting history and modern technology. The main goal is to create a simple website with information about historical sights and monuments including their pictures and printable 3D models. It develops students‘ digital literacy and knowledge of European history in an interesting cross-curricular way.

What skills do you need?

You don’t really need any special skills or equipment to join our project. All you need is enthusiasm, bit of free time and very basic IT skills. We are more than happy to support you through all the stages of the project in a form of workshops and guidance. Together, we can make it work, so feel free to join us 🙂

How to participate

All you need is a group of students aged 11 to 15 and some historical sights or monuments near your school. Just let us know and we will find a way to make it work. The project is very easily scalable, so any European school is welcome to join us to make the impact greater. We will then set the timeline of the project together.

How does it work? It's simple.

The project timeline is a subject of discussion of the schools involved in the project.

All images are AI generated by Dream by Wombo.

Step by Step instructions

All the times mentioned below are only estimations. We can make it shorter or longer as we wish.

1. Historical monument selection

  • Students select any monument or historical sight nearby.
  • 1 hour

2. Researching information

  • Students research the information and prepare the basics for sharing with their peers abroad.
  • 1-2 hours

3. Online presentation of the monuments

  • They present the sights to their peers abroad, so they know what they will work on.
  • 1 hour

4. Creating a website in English and native language

  • Students put the information about the sight on our website and publish it online.
  • 2-3 hours

5. Translating others‘ website to your language

  • They will translate webpages created by their peers to your native language and put it online as well. At this stage, we will have a nice multilingual collection of historical sights in our countries in all our native languages + English.
  • 1 hour

6. 3D modeling and photogrammetry workshops

  • We will prepare workshops to prepare you for creating 3D models of your sights.
  • 2 hours

7. Making of a 3D model

  • With our help, your students will make a 3D model of the sight they worked on.
  • 3 hours

8. Sharing and printing of 3D models

  • We will share the models, so everybody can try to print them and help us refine them.
  • 2 hours

9. Refining the models and publishing them

  • Once the models are ready, we can publish them to the websites.
  • 2 hours

10. 3D Printing of the QR code

  • All the groups will receive QR code with link to their website, which they can 3D print.
  • 1 hour

11. Placing the QR code near the sight

  • The QR code will be put near the sight so any passer-by can scan it a visit our website.
  • 1 hour

12. Presentation of finished work

  • In the end, we will present our work online.
  • 2 hours


Improve your English
Your students will present in English language and translate from and to English.

3D Modelling
While making the 3D model of your chosen monument, you will learn a lot about 3D modelling.

3D printing
Once done with your model, 3D printing is the next field in which you will improve.

History knowledge
While researching information about your monument, you will gain knowledge about history of your town.

You will need to communicate with your team and your peers abroad.

Critical Thinking
While researching information, you will need to chose what is important and what is not. Also, do not use untrue information.

Ready to join us?

Have a question?

Vladimír Hach
ZŠ J. A. Komenského
Louny, Czechia