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  1. MOC: Kitchen (made by my wife)

    Great build! Would love to have a real kitchen so well built. :-).
  2. Moc: Victorian era house around Christmas

    Amazing job. The whole MOC is very well built. I particularly love the street lamps.
  3. MOC-Tiger's Nest Monastery, Paro Taktsang

    'Thank you' to everyone of you for all your encouragement. I really appreciate it.
  4. MOC-Tiger's Nest Monastery, Paro Taktsang

    :-) it is approximately 7 feet x 4 feet and 3+ feet high. It is modular so, the section are in several places around the house. :-).
  5. MOC-Tiger's Nest Monastery, Paro Taktsang

    I'm sorry, I meant I'm posting my MOC on EB for the first time, not that this is my first MOC. Sorry! For pieces, I think, around 2,00,000, but I really wasn't keeping track, this is just a rough calculation. As for time, it took around 8-9 months Thank you! I'd also like to make a slight correction, I've published MOC's before on Flickr and MOC pages, this is the first time here, on EB Thank you! It took around 8-9 months.
  6. Hi, I've been a member of Eurobricks for a few years now, and have been building for about 7-8 years. I've posted my MOC's on Flickr and MOC pages before, but this is the first time I'm posting my MOC here. This MOC is based on an actual Monastery, located in Bhutan. Tiger's Nest Monastery, Paro Taktsang by anupehr, on Flickr Here is a photo of the actual Monastery.The Tiger's Nest Monastery in Bhutan by anupehr, on Flickr Feedback and comments will be appreciated!
  7. A Humble Crossing.

    Love every aspect of it, rock work, water, greenery.... Fantastic MOC.
  8. Very nicely done. A good collection of techniques. The last photograph on the presentation, the one with the bamboo trees, do you know who's MOC that is?
  9. MOC: Modular Pharmacy & Doctors

    Love the roof, great work!
  10. Winter Village: Mountain Lodge

    This is simply superb!
  11. MOC: Ancient Greece

    Absolutely amazing work!!
  12. Round Tower Technique

    Great technique used. Thank you for sharing.
  13. Rialto Bridge

    Probably the most visited and most photographed bridge in Venice, (Ponte di Rialto) opened in 1591.Connecting the districts of San Polo and San Marco across the Grand Canal in the heart of the city, the Rialto Bridge has always been a busy crossing over the canal.The bridge is formed by two inclined ramps covered by a portico with shops on either side. This area has long been a market place for Venetians and Tourists.
  14. Indian Temple

    This is an Ancient Temple from India. This is the Nagara style of Architecture which was fully developed in the 10th century. Such Temples exist till date and are very much in use as a place of worship and pilgrimage. In Hinduism the devotee offers flowers and fruit to the 'deity' as a form of worship. Therefore we always see stalls selling garlands, flowers and fruit outside a temple. A visit to the Temple is not a sombre event, and could be an evening outing for the family or a 'picnic' Therefore one finds a 'fair' like atmosphere around the entrance.