It was long ago when I forst tried to build it... Regrettably, the amount of brown and tan parts I had could be estimated as "almost none". I'd like to present you the second (successful) attempt - my latest MOC, which is also my Architecture Contest entry - Krakow's Town Hall Tower, one of the best-known landmarks of my home city.
And some history, for those who'd like to know a bit more about the building itself:
The Town Hall building was first build about 1300, in the Market Square. Since then, the building was continuously enlarged, and in XIV century the Tower was constructed. In 1680, fire destroyed its gothic-style cupola. Soon it was rebuilt in baroque style, but 100 years later the cupola was replaced again - to the one we can see today. The rest of the building was rearranged again in XIX century.
Unfortunately, the tower is the only part of the Town Hall which still exists - the rest of the Town Hall was demolished in 1946.
More photos at my Brickshelf gallery
The Tower in Google Maps
To make it clear: I enter to the contest "Landmark series" category.
Edited by Rufus, 05 April 2012 - 09:05 PM.