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Old 10-27-2021, 12:34 PM
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Wooow...and the photos too!
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Old 11-07-2021, 09:28 AM
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Chapel by the Good Shepherd (Slovakia)
(Čutkovská dolina, about 4 km from Ružomberok.)

Scale : 1:150
Author : Mgr. Juraj Gonšor
Source : The area at the good shepherd

The complex is located in a beautiful natural environment in the valley by the Čutkovský stream and is one of the most visited places in Liptov. There are 3 huts in the complex: Richtárka, Stará koliba and Fatranka. Part of the area is also the Chapel of the Good Shepherd, near which there is also a pond with fish. Right next to it, especially with children, is the Gazdovský dvor, which is very popular. On the other side of the stream is the Obrovo Children's Amusement Park, which offers many attractions for children. Photo of the real building:



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without modification, I replaced the texture of the pad with tiles, as it actually is, I made a simple pad. A few photos:

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Old 11-18-2021, 01:15 PM
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The bell tower (Horní Stakory - Czech republic)

Scale: 1:150
Author: Ondřej Hejl
Publisher: Set of postcards No.1 - model number 1.




In the vicinity of the church of St. Havel is a dominant wooden bell tower, dating from the end of the 17th century. Today, there are two of the original three bells in the bell tower. The bell tower has undergone three major repairs and is currently in relatively good condition.

Model built without modifications, I just added grass ... a few photos:

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I love those postcard models.
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Old 11-26-2021, 02:57 PM
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I also like it very much

Louka (Czech republic)
chapel with a bell tower

Scale: 1:150
Author: Ondřej Hejl
Publisher: Set of postcards No.1 - model number 2.



...a few words about the original:

The square bell tower is located in the center of the village of Louka in the Hodonín district. It is a chapel with a bell tower. The exact date of construction is not known, but it is assumed that it was built in the early 18th century. It has been protected as a monument since 1958 and on 1 October 2014 it was declared a national cultural monument. She became famous all over the world thanks to the painter Anežka Kašpárková. The chapel is significant in that it was painted by folk painters every year or two.

I slightly modified the model, I finished the interior at the top and added a construction with a bell, I also added a pad ... a few photos:

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Jamartice u Rýmařova. (Czech republic)
(bell tower)

Scale: 1:150
Author: Ondřej Hejl
Publisher: Set of postcards No.1 - model number 5.



...a few words about the original:

The wooden bell tower dates from the late 19th century and served the local Old Catholics. The bell tower is said to have been created out of defiance, because the local priest did not want to ring the death knell for the old Catholics. She stood on the private land of a certain Martin Ruff. There was an old Catholic chapel in the bell tower and there was an altar in the 1960s. Local enthusiasts are now taking care of the monument.

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Nezbudská Lúčka bell tower (Slovakia)


Scale : 1:100
Author : Michal Vršanský a Tomáš Hrebík
Source : Vystřihovánky vTOM, free model

The first written mention of the village Nezbudská Lúčka, which lies on the outskirts of Mala Fatra in the district of Žilina, dates from 1439, when it is mentioned as Vapena Lucska. The name Nezbudská Lúčka first appears in 1702. In 1598 the village had 14 houses, in 1720 majer, in 1828 it had 26 houses and 221 inhabitants. At present, the village has 401 inhabitants, the bell tower is built around 1930.
If someone would like to hear the bells of this bell tower, you can watch a short video:
Nezbudska Lučka (SK), zvonica - zvony - YouTube
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I made the interior of the upper part with a bell, I made a simple pad.
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Církvice bell tower (Czech republic)

Scale: 1:150
Author: Ondřej Hejl
Publisher: Set of postcards No.1 - model number 6.

...a few words about the original:

The bell tower at the Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary is the only preserved half-timbered building of this type in the Czech lands. The building was probably built at the same time as the church in the early 18th century. In the 19th century, the classic filling was replaced with brick, while the appearance of the windows also changed.



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I cut through the windows on the turret and added a bell, I finished the pad ... a few photos:

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Interesting structure. You always do fine work
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Old 03-29-2022, 09:47 AM
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Thank you , I made the raised plinth on which the bell tower stands from polystyrene. For the first time I used a polystyrene resistance cutter, which is a great thing that I will definitely use in the future when creating terrain
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