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"MOCOlympics 2014 Round 3"- Ranger Elegost vs. Ian Spacek: Notre Dame Cathedral . . Bracket 4:Chris Phipson, matt rowntRee, Mark McPeek Ranger Elegost vs. Ian Spacek Micro-scale: Build anything (be it from a movie, a book, or something architectural like a skyscraper or historical landmark) in micro-scale. Entry for the 2014 MocOlympics Round 3 My amazing opponent Ian Spacek What happens when you start building a Mirco Hogwarts which doesn't work... When you start building a Micro Medieval Village that doesn't work... Well you ask your dad for suggestions of course :P My Dad loves the French culture and the French language, so as soon as I asked him I knew it would be a famous French building and I'm so clad he gave me the suggestion because this build turn out very well :D Notre-Dame de Paris is very old, over 800 years old! Appointed bishop of Paris in 1160, Maurice de Sully decided to give the capital a cathedral worthy of France’s largest city. He wanted to build it in the style of the day, now known as the gothic style. The Church, notable residents of the city, and the entire population participated in construction, some offered money, others offered their labour, while others offered their knowledge. Construction began in 1163, and Notre-Dame would be completed some 100 years later, in 1272. p.s- keep an eye out for Quasimodo ;)

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