The Medieval City by Richard Vyškovský, published by ABC I have titled this thread The Medieval City because that's what its called in the catalogues. I couldn't translate the actual title, but we normally associate a city with having a cathedral, which this doesn't, so it is really a town. This is a massive project that needs a base of at least 1.5 x 1 metres (5 x 3 feet)! 2 x 1.5 metres (6 x 4 feet) would give you a more comfortable surround. There are 82 houses, 2 churches, 2 town halls, 1 synagogue, 1 water mill, 3 fountains, 7 town gates, 16 towers and bastions, 1 bridge, and 1 Renaissance chateau. The scale is about 1:160 (N gauge) Please note: This is not a conventional step-by-step building report, but comments based on the few pieces I've built so far. What you see in the following posts is the result of 4 weeks work - just 13 pages completed. There are another 100 pages to go. Without breaks (and I intend to take breaks!) that would add up to about another 8 months work. Then I have the final layout to decide and the base to build, so I am guessing that it will be well over a year before I can show you the final result.... In the meantime if anyone wants to see photo's of a completed model go to the web site http://www.papermodel.cz/papermodel/modely/15/BBA20040MPR00.htm . It's in Czech, but at the right hand side there is a film strip index of photos. The text menu above allows you to see the other sections and the complete model. Before we get to the actual model, I should perhaps add that I do not have the room to keep a large model on display. So why am I building it?? 1. I really like the graphic style of this designer. 2. I love a challenge and with this project I can see endless possibilities.