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  1. Hi I would like to proudly present you my latest project The 19th Century Museum of Science and Technology on which I have been working for the past 18 months. It took a long time and a countless number of rebuilds because I was trying to polish every detail until I was satisfied with it. One of my main passions in building is the geometry, more complex the better and the one that I wanted to incorporate into this project also contributed to the extend time period and parts required to finish it the way I wanted to :) The most eye-caching examples of it can be found on the slanted foundations with cut corners, round small building and gazebo, rounded main entrance, concave conical roofs and the main dome. In every building there is a interior - the walls are double sided and floors are tiled. I didn't kept the pieces count but if I were to estimate I would say that it took approximately 120-130k pieces - it is a very dense build... I tried to take photos of most of the details so I hope that you will enjoy them :) "It's early July, 1869 and the staff at the Midgard's National Museum of Science and Technology are hard at work preparing for the Steam Exhibition. The most prominent exhibits just started to arrive, the so called Steam Frogs, Midgard's first steam cars..." The 19th Century Museum of Science and Technology by Lech Kulina, on Flickr The 19th Century Museum of Science and Technology - Overview by Lech Kulina, on Flickr The 19th Century Museum of Science and Technology - Steam cars arrived by Lech Kulina, on Flickr The 19th Century Museum of Science and Technology - Center by Lech Kulina, on Flickr The 19th Century Museum of Science and Technology - Left side of the main entrance by Lech Kulina, on Flickr The 19th Century Museum of Science and Technology - Right side of the main entrance by Lech Kulina, on Flickr The 19th Century Museum of Science and Technology - Crowd at the main entrance by Lech Kulina, on Flickr The 19th Century Museum of Science and Technology - Main entrance by Lech Kulina, on Flickr The 19th Century Museum of Science and Technology - Basement by Lech Kulina, on Flickr The 19th Century Museum of Science and Technology - First floor by Lech Kulina, on Flickr The 19th Century Museum of Science and Technology - Second floor by Lech Kulina, on Flickr The 19th Century Museum of Science and Technology - Third floor by Lech Kulina, on Flickr The 19th Century Museum of Science and Technology - The attic and dome's drum by Lech Kulina, on Flickr The 19th Century Museum of Science and Technology - The roofs by Lech Kulina, on Flickr The 19th Century Museum of Science and Technology - First floor interior by Lech Kulina, on Flickr The 19th Century Museum of Science and Technology - Interior and the main staircase by Lech Kulina, on Flickr The 19th Century Museum of Science and Technology - Interior by Lech Kulina, on Flickr The 19th Century Museum of Science and Technology - Attic interior by Lech Kulina, on Flickr The 19th Century Museum of Science and Technology - West wing by Lech Kulina, on Flickr The 19th Century Museum of Science and Technology - Small house at the west wing by Lech Kulina, on Flickr The 19th Century Museum of Science and Technology - West wing details by Lech Kulina, on Flickr The 19th Century Museum of Science and Technology - Steam car on the west flyover by Lech Kulina, on Flickr The 19th Century Museum of Science and Technology - The worker making some final touches by Lech Kulina, on Flickr The 19th Century Museum of Science and Technology - Back of the west wing by Lech Kulina, on Flickr The 19th Century Museum of Science and Technology - Swap next to the west flyover by Lech Kulina, on Flickr The 19th Century Museum of Science and Technology - West flyover by Lech Kulina, on Flickr The 19th Century Museum of Science and Technology - East wing by Lech Kulina, on Flickr The 19th Century Museum of Science and Technology - Gazebo by Lech Kulina, on Flickr The 19th Century Museum of Science and Technology - East wing with the gazebo by Lech Kulina, on Flickr The 19th Century Museum of Science and Technology - East flyover by Lech Kulina, on Flickr The 19th Century Museum of Science and Technology - Back of the east wing by Lech Kulina, on Flickr The 19th Century Museum of Science and Technology - Back of the east wing by Lech Kulina, on Flickr The 19th Century Museum of Science and Technology - The back by Lech Kulina, on Flickr Best regards lech