Gaia 3D Viewer – The Great Plague Environment

The Great Plague struck Europe between 1664 and 1666, reaching London by July 1665.

More than 100,000 people perished in London alone — about 20% of the population — in the devastating Bubonic Plague that had recurred throughout Europe since the Black Death of 1347.

In Gaia’s Great Plague environment, teachers and students are able to navigate through the streets of 17th-Century London, viewing the poor sanitation and cramped living conditions that contributed to the pandemic spread, and interact within an apothecary whose herbs were once used to treat the Plague’s victims.

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