The Visual Heritage Project is an initiative to increase documentation on at-risk archaeological sites through crowd sourcing image collection. The Project takes an innovative approach to delivering this end by harnessing public data from social media and archival records. Through pairing these images, the Project provides a virtual tour of the development and preservation of the sites. We welcome you to begin exploring.
The Project went live in August 2014, and has since been actively incorporating new sites and historic images. To add your own photographs from travels or field research visit the Contribute page. If you believe a site should be included in the Project, please be in touch.