Ancient Ruined Temple Of Worship

Hello my 3D friends,

Here we have a lovingly detailed Ancient Ruined Temple Of Worship for your consideration

Modelled in Blender 2.79

Tested in Blender 2.80

Low Poly Model

Cycles/Eevee Render Engines verified

FBX and OBJ Formats also provided

Textures also provided

Height Maps also provided in Textures folder if required

Textured in Substance Painter 2

2K Resolution

PBR Metalrough

All Modifiers closed

No doubles or loose vertices

Basic lighting set up in the Blender file

HDRI not included (There are loads of free ones available)

Once unzipped you will have 4 folders, each containing the following:




+ All Texture Maps (2048×2048)

Scale applied in metric:

X: 16.7m

Y: 17.5m

Z: 8.01m


F: 5,247

V: 5,989

T: 10,464

Nice Low Poly Asset for your Roman or Greek Project / Game

Origin Point : Centre of Base, so easy to import into your game Engine for correct placement

This model forms part of my extensive Ancient Assets Pack which is also available here on Flipped Normals:

If you wish to view this model in 360 degrees on Sketchfab please either use this link or the image link provided:

Thank you for your attention

Any queries please do message me

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Regards and best wishes


Associated information:

Ruins (from Latin ruina ‘a collapse’) are the remains of a civilization’s architecture: structures that were once intact have fallen, as time went by, into a state of partial or total disrepair, due to lack of maintenance or deliberate acts of destruction. Natural disaster, war and population decline are the most common root causes, with many structures becoming progressively derelict over time, due to long-term weathering and scavenging.

There are famous ruins all over the world, from ancient sites in China, the Indus valley of ancient India and Judea to Zimbabwe in Africa, ancient Greek, Egyptian and Roman sites in the Mediterranean basin, and Incan and Mayan sites in the Americas. Ruins are of great importance to historians, archaeologists and anthropologists, whether they were once individual fortifications, places of worship, ancient universities, houses and utility buildings, or entire villages, towns and cities. Many ruins have become UNESCO World Heritage Sites in recent years, to identify and preserve them as areas of outstanding value to humanity.

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