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This Is 40,000 Years of London’s History—Made Entirely of Paper | National Geographic

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Published on Jan 24, 2016

Thousands of artifacts have been unearthed as a result of the construction of the new Crossrail transportation system in London. These paper animations will take you on a journey through the city's history—from the Stone Age tothe present day.
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DIRECTOR, CINEMATOGRAPHER, EDITOR: Hans Weise
ART DIRECTOR, SET DESIGN, AND CONSTRUCTION: Fernando G. Baptista
SET CONSTRUCTION: Monica Serrano and Daisy Chung
AFTER EFFECTS: Monica Serrano
RESEARCH: Victoria Sgarro
NARRATION: Timothy Moore
SPECIAL THANKS: Jay Carver (Lead Archeologist), Marit Leenstra, Andrew Dempsey, Crossrail, John Clark, and the Museum of London

This Is 40,000 Years of London’s History—Made Entirely of Paper | National Geographic
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