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Old 09-05-2021, 04:19 AM
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The previous pages were mainly on Czech and Slovak buildings, I also remembered these German pages :

wediul Kartonmodelle - Katalog aller Modelle
Thanks again. I never knew there were so many companies making architectural models out of paper.

I once applied for a job at a couple of places that made railway models, but I was told it was a dying industry and nobody was hiring. I did apply to one or two places that made paper products but I didn't get any interviews. Fortunately, I'm retired now and don't have to worry about this anymore.
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...you probably can't make a lot of money on it ... nowadays young people are more attracted to computers, mobile phones and game consoles ... models are still coming out, for example in Germany:
Schreiber-Bogen Card Modelling
in Slovakia and the Czech Republic there is more, for example here you can get a picture of what models are published and sold today:
https://www.betexa.cz/
but if you don't want to pay a lot of models, you can find them for free on the internet, for which the authors don't ask for money, you just need to print it out at home on a printer ...
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Thanks for the links. It's interesting to know what's available.

I have plans for models I've designed and never got around to building. Nor do I have room in my apt. for more stuff. I have a couple of nice models from other sources that I've never gotten around to building, either.
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Old 09-12-2021, 04:58 AM
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I keep my fingers crossed and wish a lot of glued models

Chapel of the Virgin Mary in Košolná (Slovakia)

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

I did not find out much about this chapel, only that it is located on the edge of the village, according to the inscription on the chapel, it was probably built in 1824. Photo of the real building:

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I added a cross and made a pad. I originally planned a smaller mat, but when I saw the 2 trees in front of the chapel, I really liked it, so I enlarged it a bit to fit it there. Although they covered the chapel quite a bit, it looks quite nice. A few photos:

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I keep my fingers crossed and wish a lot of glued models
Thank you!

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The bell tower in Marček (Slovakia)
village Svederník, local part Marček

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

The bell tower is built in the oldest part of Marček and together with the wooden houses it creates an original locality of folk architecture. The building is brick from the beginning of the 19th century with a pyramidal roof. At the corner was a niche with a wooden statue of St. Florián - the patron saint of firefighters from the 18th century, which was stolen after 1989. Photo of the real building:



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I cut the windows, added the bell, made a simple pad. A few photos:

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Wayside shrine at Boletice, Czech Republic

Scale : 1:60
Author : Tomáš Hrebík
Source : Vystřihovánky vTOM, free model

I didn't find out much about this chapel, only that it is located near the church in Boletice. Photo of the real building:



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Chapel on Štrčková (Velké Karlovice-Czech republic)

Scale : 1:60
Author : Michal Vršanský
Source : Vystřihovánky vTOM, free model

The chapel was built in 1915 by Petr Bukovjan as a thank you for surviving the First World War. In 1999 it was repaired by the Sedlák brothers from Jezerný. The chapel has an unusual oval floor plan. There is a statuette of the Virgin Mary in the display case. On the left side of the chapel is a wooden cross. Photo of the real building:



The Building without modifications, added pad, a few photos:

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Chapel Stráň - Kotrčina Lúčka (Slovakia)

Scale : 1:87
Author : Michal Vršanský
Source : Vystřihovánky vTOM, free model

The chapel is located between the villages of Kotrčiná Lúčka in the district of Žilina and Horný Vadičov in the district of Kysucké nové mesto. Photo of the real building:



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Chapel of St. Cross, called Pustyňa (Starý Bohumín-Czech republic)

Scale : 1:87
Author : Tomáš Hrebík
Source : Vystřihovánky vTOM, free model

The chapel earned the popular name Pustyňa because of the hermitage, which grew up in 1756 in its immediate vicinity. It was built and inhabited by two Hermit hermits - brother Antonín and brother Felix from III. of the Order of St. Francis of Assisi. However, the order, which the two men entered, was abolished on the basis of an imperial decree in 1782, and with it all hermitages. The Bohumín one disappeared in the second half of the 19th century. - The chapel is listed. - The chapel and the land below it belong to the town of Bohumín, which had it repaired in 2012. Photo of the real building:



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