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Medieval Market Street is a project on LEGO CUUSOO created by AlexP on June 14th, 2012. The project depicts a typical medieval market, with a blacksmith, pub, stables, a sheriff office, and civilians on the streets. The project was made in incredible detail using advanced building techniques. It is a scene from his popular story The Rise of the Mage that he posted on Mocpages. 

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Wondering what life in a big trade town was like in the middle ages? Look no further than the "Medieval Market Street"! This advanced-level build features a busy market flanked by four detailed medieval houses; each three stories high with unique architecture! Buildings include (from left to right) blacksmith, pub, stables, and a Sheriff's residence. The market itself features market stands, shops and vendors/customers!

The Medieval Market Street features advance building techniques in masonry, wood-work, stucco, roof-building, stained glass, pavement and accessory building! The buildings have partial interiors.

See more pictures here: Market1

The market stalls: Farmers, bakers, fruit salesmen and fishermen come to the busy market to sell their goods.


Building detail: The buildings feature elaborate techniques to allow for lots of varying angles, elevations and a realistic medieval design!


The Sheriff's Residence is guarded by spearmen, and features advance masonry techniques and angles.


The Market Street (An alternative angle)

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Congratulations on 1,000+ Supporters!


No medieval city would be complete without a busy marketplace, and this project captures that hassle and bustle while also showing the quality of the creation. Fantastic!

Good luck on your journey to 10,000 supporters!


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