The proliferation of digital technologies and large-scale digitization initiatives over the past decades have caused the cultural past to be more present than ever before. Various tools and applications have been developed to make this digital heritage available to users,
such as 3D reconstruction for the visualization of archaeological sites, mobile media apps for augmenting the experience of visiting monuments, and portals for browsing digitized newspapers, archival documents, photographs and films online. These new ways of interacting with cultural
heritage change our experience and interpretation of the past and thus deeply affect processes of identity formation and remembrance.
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