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Hi, This building is stuffed with power functions and lights, so please take a look at more pictures and movies on my flickr. Short movie: see here. More detailed shots (but poorer quality - I have some problems with camera): see here. I was inspired by special kind of nativity scenes called "Kraków szopka" (see here). However final result looks rather like "Gasthaus". I should mention that all elements are powered by one Lego motor. And they could be driven manually by one crank. And this is my first creation where Lego Technic parts (gears etc.) are doing their proper work (they are not used just for decorations).
In Spain and other countries is a tradition to put nativity scenes at home for Christmas. This week we put the Christmas decoration at home and we have build this LEGO nativity scene. The sheep and the angel was built by my 8 year old daughter. Nativity scene (belén) by FonsoSac, en Flickr Nativity scene (belén) by FonsoSac, en Flickr Nativity scene (belén) by FonsoSac, en Flickr Nativity scene (belén) by FonsoSac, en Flickr Nativity scene (belén) by FonsoSac, en Flickr I hope you like it.
parsom posted a topic in LEGO TownI'm new here, so - Hello Town Forum! (And sorry for my english). This is my entry for "Expand the Winter Village Contest V". Sorry for photo quality. I'm still trying to do better shots, but it's harder than I thought. My entry is nativity scene (in polish we call it "szopka"). I hope, that I'm not breaking any rules. There has to be some holiday character. Is baby Jesus (and others) enough holiday? And I think that Winter Village sets are lacking of winter trees (others than Christmas Trees). So I placed this nativity scene in public park. Here we have stained glass window: A lot of people complained that Santa's Workshop is lacking of lightbrick. So here we have two ligthbricks: Merry Christmas Everyone! And Happy New Year! More pictures: https://www.flickr.c...57647575345913/