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Panzer Battle diorama by LUGPol

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Diorama recreates a tank battle in Eastern Poland in late summer of 1944. Diorama is a part of LUGPol's exhibition and it can be seen in Gdansk History Museum until 15 of September 2011. It was built by 8 LUGPol's members.

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The church and its surrounding, the river, brigde and its surroundings, as well as the SdKfz 7 with anti-aircraft cannon has been built by Kris Kelvin.

Soviet tracked vehicles except T-34/85, Tiger, Flak, cannon and the ground with trenches and bunker near the church has been built by Mrutek.

T-34/85 has been built by Ciamek.

The ground under soviet tanks (with the crater) has been built by Zgrredek.

The smaller house with red roof and with its surrounding has been built by Rasch.

The cross-sectioned house and its surroundings has been built by Glaz.

The tan house and its surroundings has been built by Misiek.

The rest is built by Pit.

(Description by Pit)

More photos here - Brickshelf Gallery by Pit and here - My Flickr

And some other photos from various Lugpol members:

http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?i=5100107

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http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/zgrredek/Events/Gdansk2011/sobota/img_9366.jpg

http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Dronka/Gdansk-2011/09.jpg

http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Kleymen/Gdansk2011/zk.jpg

http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/szarikm/meetings/2011-07-09/day-3/img_2264.jpg

http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/szarikm/meetings/2011-07-09/day-4-opening/img_2325.jpg

http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?i=5102977

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http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?i=5102975

http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?i=5103003

Enjoy :)

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I'm proud to be the first to post on this amazing diorama!! The details in this are amazing! I love the church roof it looks real and the brick wall next to it even more impressive not to much all the greenery. It almost doesn't look like lego. If this doesn't get put on the frontpage it will be a shame. Great job and I'm a conformist!!!. I give this :thumbup::thumbup::thumbup::thumbup::thumbup:

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One word.....AWESOME !

Just fantastic tanks (sweet T-34 :grin: ) and realistic bombed out village ! :thumbup:

Thanks 'kris kelvin' for sharing this with us on EB.......Brick On Fight On ! :grin:

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That is weird every time I spell out keep oon brcking correctly it say I'm a conformist

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As much as I hate posting comments like this, this MOC is simply so breathtaking that all I can say is that the level of detail is incredible. :wub:

That is weird every time I spell out keep oon brcking correctly it say I'm a conformist

Someone's been playing with the swear filter. :roflmao:

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That is one epic diorama. A fantastic job on the build. I wish I could enjoy seeing it first hand but, these pics do just fine default_classic.gif

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Thanks :classic:

It was fantastic to build this with friends.

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This is an amazing display. Congratulations to all the LUGPol team! Remarkable :wub:

Despite being a military battle scene, it's actually the architecture I find most appealing, particularly the dark red bricks of the church, the tiled wall, and the roofs of the houses. Couple that with the damage and dilapidation, and you've got a brilliantly realistic diorama :thumbup:

You guys should be really proud of yourselves :drool:

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You guys should be really proud of yourselves :drool:

Well...

We are :laugh:

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That's an amasing diorama guys! Everything looks amasingly great and accurate! Nice work yet again.

That is weird every time I spell out keep oon brcking correctly it say I'm a conformist

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Authentic work, really realistic. I love the church and the sheer amount of tracked vehicles. Good serious work.

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