Taxila Museum Application (for

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About this app

The Taxila Museum Application will help you take an incredible journey within the walls of the museum and beyond.

The application is developed by the Technology for People Initiative (TPI) team at the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS), Lahore Pakistan. The project was initiated and funded by UNESCO, Embassy of Switzerland and Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation in Pakistan.

If you are planning to visit Taxila Museum, take the app with you to enhance your experience! Learn about the ancient Buddhist region, the Gandhara civilization, its denizens and their unique blend of culture in a fun and easy way. Through the app, users may follow a virtual museum tour, view the collection at random, scan the installed QR codes, and explore the archaeological sites nearby.

Included in this App:

- Highlights of the collection at the Taxila Museum
- A virtual tour of its galleries
- An interactive map of the museum
- Detailed information on key artifacts
- 360 Panotours of nearby excavation sites
- A QR code reader

About Taxila Museum
Established during the early twentieth in a quaint building at the historic city of Taxila, Taxila Museum holds one of the most significant and comprehensive collections of stone and stucco sculptures from the Buddhist Art of the Gandhara Civilization. Situated in the middle of the numerous archaeological sites scattered around the city, the site museum boasts a rich collection of over 7000 artefacts - including sculptures, relic caskets, inscriptions, beads, jewellery, coins weapons and various other objects of daily use from thousands of years ago.
Updated on
Jul 23, 2022

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