A 3D-video recreating Sevastopol in the winter of 1916 was published in VKontakte, a Russian social media.

The video features the Nakhimov square, Primorsky avenue and the whole of the Nakhimov avenue including the square with a chapel (the Lazarev square now).

The computer simulation was developed by a team of computer animators who launched the History in 3D project.