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Hobbiton - a Long expected Party . . Our story starts in Middle-Earth, in the shire: It's the day of Bilbo Baggins 111th birthday and all Hobbits of Hobbiton preparing the party. When Mr. Bilbo Baggins of Bag End announced that he would shortly be celebrating his eleventy-first birthday with a party of special magnificence, there was much talk and excitement in Hobbiton." On the left side Gandalf cross The Water with his carriage: In his carriage he has of course his firework: Frodo : "You're late." Gandalf : "A wizard is never late, Frodo Baggins, nor is he early. He arrives precisely when he means to." Next to the big tree is the fairground: The preparations for the party are already in full swing: On the right side are the Hobbit-Burrows. The undermost burrow: The middle burrow with a red door: And the highest burrow, Bag End: Bilbo follow from his terrace the go on: Some more Details: A special highlight is Bag End, that has an removable roof to show the interior: My Hobbiton was displayed on the "SteineWahn 2012" in Berlin. I'm glad to say, that it won the price of the 3rd best MOC. :) Because of the long way to the exhibition, i build it modular. Together: Apart: I build five moduls in diffrent sizes. Here you can see the base frame of one modul: All moduls were transportet in boxes (not all boxes are Hobbiton, but the most): To save space i stacked to of the moduls: At least some facts abot the MOC: Buildingtime: ca. 3 Months Size: 64cm x 160cm x 30cm As a little joke i hide Gollum on the right side of the MOC in his hollow: Don't miss to watch the Video ! Enjoy it! Thanks for watching and reading! (Thorsten, nochmal danke an dich, du weißt ja wofür ;))

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