From its ancient structures to its futuristic fashions, Italy has long been a destination for globetrotters—a place where sightseeing feels like time traveling through the evolution of modern society. For those who can’t make the trip (time and money both being what they are), this digital arts installation brings the country’s marvels to New York City. Viewers are surrounded by a 360-degree video screen of Italy’s most famed landmarks, from the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, to the crumbling but grandiose Colosseum, to the sleek catwalks of Fashion Week in Milan. Originally unveiled at the WorldExpo 2015, the display uses aerial images captured by some 200 drones deployed throughout the European country. For more information, visit panoramaitaly.org.