Contains 7 paper cut-out models celebrating post-war architecture of Central and Eastern Europe. You can explore and reconstruct some of the most controversial edifices erected behind the Iron Curtain. Contains 7 buildings to assemble, from omnipresent pre-cast housing estates to mighty post-soviet landmarks awaiting renovation or threatened by demolition. Includes a short note on each building and easy to follow instructions.
Measurements: 29.9 cm x 0.9 cm x 23.6 cm.
Contains 8 sheets.
Made from eco-friendly paper.
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