Typically English Norman church with stone effect walls and tile/slate effect roofing. Entrance porch on tower and plain arched windows all round.
Loosely based on a Russian village church on the island of Kizhi. Rough timber cladding and timber plank roofing. Spire is supplied loose for self assembly.
'Stucco' effect medieval style church with pantile roofing. The bell tower features double entrance doors on front and plain flat roofing.
Stone effect walls with pantile style roofing. Plain arched windows and small entrance on gable end.
Windows are plain to allow user to paint up their own mullion details.
Stone effect village church with pantile roofing and round bell tower. Entrance on gable end below tower.
Loosely based on a Carpatho-Russian Byzantine style Church in Mukacevo.
A large stone effect building with pantile effect roofing.
Due to scaling limitations, this is a simplified version of the famous church of St Mary in Sainte-Mère-Église. Model features stone cladding with tile roofing. The windows have been left plain for the user to finish as required.
Suitable for most Mediterranean settings, this Spanish style church is loosely based on an 17th Century building, partly destroyed during WW2 and rebuilt after the war.
Model has plain render effect walls with pantile roofing.
A plain stucco effect clad monastery with pantile roofing.
Doors and windows are plain for user to finish.
Bell tower supplied loose.
Small stone clad Norman style village chapel with tile roofing and timber bell housing.
Small stone clad church based on St. Lawrence Church, Alton, Hants. Small stone cladding with lead/sheet and tile roofing.
Supplied in two pieces.
Horizontal timber clad church with tile effect roofing to main roof and spire. Tower windows have a slat effect and all other windows are blank for user to finish.
The model is a simplified representation of Borodino church, and features plain rendered walls and sheet panel roofing.
This version of Plancenoit Church features stone walls and tile/slate roofing.