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Documenting local legends

Rapa pyramid
The 3D Scan Lab at the Institute of Archaeology, Humanities Digital Lab at the University of Warsaw, Poland, specialises in 3D documentation of finds, monuments or objects of archaeological interests. Using the Leica ScanStation C10 and most recently, the latest Leica ScanStation P30, 3D Scan Lab produces comprehensive digital heritage scans to capture historical objects for posterity. They have documented such objects as the Songhellir Cave on the volcanic slopes of the Snaefellnes Volcano, Iceland, rock carvings and the Castle Hammershus in Bornholm, Denmark or a 13th century church in St. Crepin, France. This year they set their sights on a mysterious, pyramid-shaped tomb in Poland.