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Cathedral of St. Francis of Assisi . A fictional cathedral based on two real cathedrals - St. Patrick's in New York City and Chartres Cathedral in France. . The basic floorplan and most of the features are based on the neo-gothic style St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York City. Whereas the more classical gothic style such as flying buttresses and the asymmetrical towers are based on Chartres Cathedral in France. The Cathedral sits on eight 32x32 baseplates, and breaks apart in four baseplate pair sections. It features a full interior, swinging bells, "stained glass", plenty of interesting SNOTwork, and resident minifigs. Planning and construction took about five months. Many elements were taken from or inspired by other builders, including the stained glass designs. The interior includes the Cathedra, the main altar, a ciborium with high altar, tabernacle, reliquaries, pews and a church organ. The cathedral has seating for more than 100 minifigs. See more and work in progress photos, including all credit documentation, on FLICKr.


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