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Old 05-08-2017, 09:08 AM
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OJCOW castle 1:200 from GPM

Having done several cathedrals that were pretty intensive, I decided to try OJCOW castle fro GPM.

Kit is well done and pieces fit well. For me, it was a good diversion.
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Nice result.
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Eagle nest

this model is from serie Eagle Nest in Poland,Jura Krakow -Czestochowa,for turism verry know.On series is Bedzin Castle,Pieskowa Skala.It is a pity that exis no more models from these beautyfull castles like Rabshtyn,Ogrodzieniec and others
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Nice one Mike.

The GPM kits make a nice break from the complicated kits - talking of which I see you are working on Frauenkirche. I'm assuming this is the one in Dresden. Have a look at the inside - it has an even bigger WOW factor than the outside. There's even a Canadian restaurant opposite!

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Thanks Doug.

11slaw--I've never visited there but the photos I've seen show this castle is really built into the rocks/cliffs.

Mike--checked out the interior of the Dresden church...wow is right. that is magnificent.
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You should check out the overhead imagery of the location of the castle. Lots of trees around it now.

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Zamek w Ojcowie

I like to look for the present day sites of the structures I build.
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As usual, great job, Mike.
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Doug--interesting, definitely rural although there appears to be two museums nearby.

Paul...thank you
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