Time Travel Rome: News
News about Time Travel Rome updates, features and articles about our app
July 02, 2019
We have photos !
Finally ! It took us a while, but we did it: we added visuals. We stop being "yellow pages" of the Roman Empire. What we will become ? - You decide. :)

Back to visuals. We start with Rome: the newly released version offers some 800 pictures for 195 roman monuments in Rome, and we are working on the integration of thousands of other pictures for hundreds of other Roman sites. Pictures are available for both Free and Pro users of the app. The new version also adds some 100 new ancient sites, mostly in Turkey and in Eastern Europe.

If you wish to contribute your pictures of a rare Roman ancient site, please do ! Send us an e-mail to contact@timetravelrome.com and we'll get in touch !

Also, don't forget to visit our blog www.timetravel-ancientrome.com Our best writers contribute there regularly, several times a week !

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New blog, app update and much more
Hello! We would like to share with you a couple of news. First, we are currently working on the integration into the app of thousands of photos depicting ancient Roman sites and monuments. We think that IT developments will take us another few weeks, but after the release the app will become even more attractive for all ancient Rome enthusiasts ! We will seize the opportunity of this forthcoming update to fix a few bugs so that crashes become even less frequent. Second, we have launched our blog called www.timetravel-ancientrome.com. We publish regularly there great articles about Roman cities, monuments and coins. Please visit and read us there ! Finally, please be aware that your feedback – either on app stores or to contact@timetravelrome.com is precious for us. Please feel to write to us and share your critiques, suggestions, or ideas. Best to you all !
February 20, 2019
A new version of the app
The new version contains a major update of the content: we added 430 new articles about Roman sites and monuments, which brings the total to 4532. In addition to already available guides for Rome, Pompeii, Herculanum, Delos and many other places, we have added detailed archaeological guides for ancient Corinth, Olympia, Volubilis, Messene and Carsulae - every significant monument is described there.

The new update also contains many new sites in France, Spain and in Holy Land. Indeed, Israel becomes one of the best covered countries with 196 places. For France we have now 630 places and for Spain we have 232. Of course, Italy remains the best covered one with all significand place located on the map and described.

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