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Annual fair at Edessa . Annual fair at the crusaders castle of de Scorpis in Eddessa shire. . This moc is part of a bigger moc (the whole crusaderís castle) and consists itself out of two mocs. The two store high tavern and the market place with a peasants home. The rest of the moc is just to make details to the fair. In fact I built it for CCCV for the festival category. What is always important to me is playability and thus to open the moc and get to every corner of it. I havenít made the details in the inside though. I didnít feel like doing them. Maybe one day I will finish the interiors, at least when the whole crusaders castle is ready. Enjoy the partly european medieval and partly arabic style architecture of the moc situated near the holy land. By the way, I know it is supposed to be called Odessa. Well, I guess in my Lego world it is Edessa.


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