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waltair

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Thursday, October 18th 2007, 9:34pm

Mont Saint Michel 1:800

grüss euch!

heute ist endlich die lang erwartete lieferung von paper model storeeingetroffen. 1 architektur-, 2 flugzeug- und 2 schiffmodelle

als erstes modell stelle ich euch Mont Saint Michel vonEditions Pascaline vor. es ist wie im betreff schon erwähnt in 1:800. 170 teile sind auf 13 A4 seiten verteilt, die grundplatte ist A3. die grafik ist ähnlich dem viel grösseren modell von l'instant durable. die detailierung ist nicht so genau wie beim instant durable modell, allerdings sind die geländestufen im bereich der häuser besser dargestellt. auf dem titelbild kann man es sehen.

auf jeden fall ein interessantes modell, dass optisch einiges hergibt und von der grösse recht "platzsparend" ist.
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Es kann nicht sein, dass man in zwei verschiedenen Städten verschieden lange zum Bahnhof braucht!

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Friday, October 19th 2007, 3:08pm

RE: Mont Saint Michel 1:800

Hello Waltair,

Thank you for posting the link to this card model outlet in Chicago, Illinois.

This is a great model! I was unaware of the publisher.

Are you going to build this famous site?

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Friday, October 19th 2007, 6:09pm

Hallo Ludwig,

weder Schloß noch Kathedrale. ;) Laut Wikipedia handelt es sich um ein Benediktinerkloster mit rentsprechend zugehöriger Kirche.

Schöne Grüsse


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Friday, October 19th 2007, 9:12pm

Pascaline

Sadly, his publisher ran out of business. Another model, still available, is from L'instant Durable, at a larger scale. I am among the lucky enthusiasts who own the printed one on plain paper, uncoloured, issued by the Caisse Nationale de Monuments Historiques, which enables you building the Mont, up to you to choose whatever look it had over the past centuries. For those who intend to do it that way, only the plates to scan, but above all, ensure you have enough room for further exhibition...
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Friday, October 19th 2007, 9:34pm

Mont St Michel

Some people told me, in local shops, that in the summer, the road to the Mont, as far from Avranches, 30 km away, is filled up with cars trapped in a huge traffic jam. A valuable idea is to spend a night when the tide is high, no matter the money, tourists have gone and the Mont is quiet, only the waves watering the walls, try it!
I have been told twice that many visitors only pay a visit to the shops located down the Mont, in the overcrowded only street, and don't climb up any further. Only a fraction of the tourists enter the Monastery and discover the view over the bay. Strange days. Fortunately, I guess that no air service, helicopter or so, will be never allowed to operate.
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Saturday, October 20th 2007, 1:31pm

@ludwig: danke für die bilder. die ganze insel is sehr beeindruckend. ob ich allerdings irgendwann dort hin komme steht in den sternen.

@john: some years ago i build the instant durable version. it's a huge and very difficoult model. this smaler version i want to build - maybe next week at the "modellbaumesse" in vienna. and of course a copy!

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Es kann nicht sein, dass man in zwei verschiedenen Städten verschieden lange zum Bahnhof braucht!

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Saturday, October 20th 2007, 5:43pm

RE: Mont Saint Michel 1:800

Hi Waltair!

Platzsparrend ist doch wohl relativ bei solchen Modellen.
Denn sie brauchen auch einen "Freiraum" um zur Geltung zu kommen.

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