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Historical cities goes to get Smart
Updated: Jun 06, 2013 Rolando M1
Historical cities goes to get Smart
Graffito at Underground station: Finally compatible with Earth

I live in the most famous historical city, Rome, in Italy. There are a great number of famous sites, but Rome isn't only Colosseo and Fontana di Trevi, Piazza di Spagna or Vaticano City. In this town there are a great moltitude of less famous sites, less famous churchs, less famous monuments, and not all reported in the touristic guides. My idea is to use RFID technology to improve your experience visiting my city, seeking shadow in a church in the summer or enjoy a sunny day in one of many citizen park. Follow the link below and imagine you in front of a silent square, reading about it on your mobile device, hearing in your headphones, looking an academic video. Enjoy Rome!

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Historical places goes to get Smart

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