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Bavarian Castle
Here is it! One of my biggest castles ever!
About this creation
I know I'm no Eggplant but I do my best! Enjoy!

The first gate.

The secondary gate.

Top of the tower with Bavarian Flags.

Notice the projectiles and the tower itself

Full view of the front wall.

Biggest tower (I like it a lot).

Soldier guarding the walls.

Archer looking to the surronding mountains.

What is that? A secret entrance?

It's just for play!

Another one in the 2nd floor of the tower.

The interior of the castle.

The market (I simply love these tents).

The Catholic Inquisiton was present in Bavaria after the Council of Trent. As Bavaria was a fiercly Catholic nation, many died due to the Church's activities.

Another view of the market.

The Index was created by the Catholic Church to censure and burn any books that were not "apropriate" to cristians.

Cat and mouse scene.

A tournament between a Bavarian Kinight and a Baden Knight.

The Duke of Bavaria, Albrecht V (Albert), and his loyal people.

Baden tent with the squire and another knight.

The final joust!

Detail of the wall (within).

Detail of the tower.

"Go away!...Arghh! I missed again!"

Little view of the tower and front wall (within).

Another view of the standing archer.

"Help me, please! What do you have against me?" (Inquisition prisioner)

"Uaaa! I'm so drowsy..."

Another detail of the wall.




1.Teutonic Fortress
2.XIX Century palace

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  October 20, 2010
I know what you are saying about the location thing. Some kids in my History Class didn't even know where Egypt is, or the State we live in is. Yeah, you guys were a bit behind the U.K. and others, but you still made some wonderful discoveries in the Age of Exploration. I love learning about History (any part of it), and lately I have been interested in the Age of Discovery and a little before the American Civil War. Probably started with Age of Empires 3. Which reminds me, I love being the Portuguese in that game. Why, you ask? (No I am not just saying this, I really Do love to be them), Well the Ships, troops, building style, and the language. That's just in the game. I love hearing about the Portuguese Explorers, Like Prince Henry The Navigator. It's smaller countries like Portugal that made the real difference during that age, at least to me anyway. I find foreign cultures to be so cool and exciting. It is really neat to learn about how others do things differently and how they do some things the same (Like LEGO!). Don't know if you have ever seen this but: It's about the Portuguese finding Brazil. It's got a Caravel in it. The creator is also Portuguese so here is his Homepage: So, any cool information you would like to dispense on me?
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  October 20, 2010
Quoting Matthew Novosad That is really good! The Portugeese are really understudied when it comes to their achievements in History and it is a pleasure to meet you! This is really nice!
This is nothing compared to what I really know. Some of us are informed people but the fact that our country was a bit behind the UK and other countries left us in a tough situation. There are many causes to this delay of our country but our culture is rich. Writers, composeres, painters... It's good to know a US person who knows Portugal (some americans (but only they) think Portugal is in Africa, not kidding! By this I do not mean to offend you, of course) In Europe, we tend to look at the USA with a certain view, different from other countries like Canada, but this doesn't mean we don't like you. We're friends and allies.
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  October 20, 2010
That is really good! The Portugeese are really understudied when it comes to their achievements in History and it is a pleasure to meet you! This is really nice!
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  October 20, 2010
Great design on the castle and some great details inside. Some additional landscaping outside the castle would have made this! The main pic is blurry, if you still have this built, doubtfull, re-take the main picture.
Allarand Arcadia
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  August 13, 2009
cool please comment on my new creations
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  August 10, 2009
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  July 28, 2009
nice and simple.not a lot of detail but nice design.good job
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  July 26, 2009
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  July 26, 2009
There's a lot of fine details and it's a very enjoyable castle. Keep building !
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  July 24, 2009
This is an awesome castle you got here. Fantastic job, The only thing I recommend is to try to make the main picure less blurry, But other than that great job!!!!
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  July 20, 2009
Very detailed and beautiful castle. I love the inquisition touch, gives it all a historic vibe.
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George Kemper
  April 15, 2009
Very good!!! The inside is my fav.-George
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