An exhaustive historical search was carried out in order to construct this Nativity Scene
For the second consecutive year, two workshops were carried out on the Cantoblanco Campus, one in June and July, and the other from September to December, with the aim of creating, piece by piece, a Nativity Scene for this campus.
On this occasion, work was done on a small part of the city of Jerusalem at the time of Jesus. In this small-scale replica, Herod's Palace, its protective wall, the market square, two houses and a theater are represented, following from the images taken of the full-scale model that can be seen today in the Museum of Israel.
Work was carried out intensely, using quite varied materials, including 3D printing, and an exhaustive historical search was carried out in order to represent the true model faithfully, and as close as possible to reality. The final product was the successful result of collaboration between students, professors and Administrative and Service Personnel at the University.