This was the castle that inspired me to start building Moc's. The construction is flawless, and the interiors add so much more to the castle. I can tell you put a lot of time and effort into this magnificent creation.
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p.s: tento hrad spolu s owl castle patri aj na kostkach medzi moje najoblubenejsie :-)
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What a truly beautiful creation! Tsar Ivan IV has been looking at restoring the ruins of Augustenborg Castle just north of Alexandria (Supreme LEGO Capital). Three castles were built many centuries ago to subdue the population. However, the rule of the royal family was so just and fair that the castles soon fell into disrepair! The castle at Alexandria is under the foundations of the Winter Palace! Brandenbourg Chaste (Chaste a corruption of castle) is now the stately home of the Dukes of Brandenbourg and is a Georgian styled house built on the foundations of the original castle! Augustenborg is the only castle not yet built on! WELL DONE!
Could you please e-mail me at email@example.com? I'd like to feature this on Classic-Castle. Is this going to be an entry in our annual Colossal Castle Contest?
Classic-Castle creations admin
A very interesting and eye-catching structure. I really like all the little corners, "reliefs" in the walls, the different levels and floors, the inner yard, the rock structure on which itīs founded and a lot more. Itīs a little artworks IMO and would look great in any European landscaping attempt or city layouts dedicated to what can be found in middle and/or east and northern European spheres... Itīs a pleasure to look at from all possible angles. Steffen
Some great work! I love the complexity of the layout, and the hieght. I've been considering getting into doing some castle MOCs (nothing quite this elaborate), and it's really inspiring...thanks for posting!