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This is a neat little model that shows a Roman house and, when the roof is removed, its interior. Nothing spectacular, but it looks very good. I added wooden pegs to keep the roof from falling down, otherwise I built it as it came.
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|The front side with the shops, and a view at the back of the house and the walled-in garden. The shops are actually one shop for produce and wine, and one small taverna.
|The garden in a close-up view, and the house with the roof detached.
|Two views of the interior. The building instructions also have a chapter with a historical background and a short explanation which room is what.
|Another view of the front, the shops better visible now, and one more detail view of the interior.
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, last change 2011-03-12