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Aedes Ars Borgo Chiusa ( Italia ) art. 1054

Aedes Ars Borgo Chiusa ( Italia ) art. 1054

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Aedes Ars Borgo Chiusa ( Italia ) art. 1054

 

Borgo Chiusa

 

Caratteristiche

Scala: 1:110
Materiale: Mattoncini, legno e cartone
Dimensioni modello: 240 x 360 x 290 mm
Peso: -
Pezzi: Circa 3800
Difficoltà: 7.5/10
Età consigliata: -
Note o consigli: Sono richiesti attrezzi base come taglierini e carta abrasiva.

Descrizione

- Splendida riproduzione del famoso Borgo Chiusa, a Bolzano (Italia)
- Kit di costruzioni in mattoncini di varie grandezze e dimensioni
- Basi di cartoncino da ritagliare su cui incollare i pezzi
- Particolari aggiuntivi in legno
- Colla liquida bianca vinilica
- Vari decori inclusi come tegole, alberi, erba sintetica, ecc.
- Istruzioni dettagliate per la realizzazione del modello e la preparazione dei pezzi
 

Burg Branzoll

 

Item: 1054
Chiusa (Klausen) - Italia - C. XIII

Scale: 1/110
Approx. Nº of pieces: 3.800
Difficulty degree: 7/10
Sizes (Mm.): 240 x 360 x 290

 

Burg Branzoll

Burg Branzoll

Burg Branzoll

 

The monument and its history

This castle is located in Chiusa (Klausen in German) in the Bolzano province. It was built around year 1250 by the House of Lords Sabiona. Between 1465 and 1671 was the settlement of the judge responsible of the territory. 
After a strong fire in 1671 the castle remained in ruins until 1895 and it was bought and rebuilt by Dr. Otto Piper. 
It is currently inhabited by a family from the area and is not open to the public.

 

Burg Branzoll

 


 

Informazioni generali

Aedes Ars building sets are used for the scale reproduction of some historical monuments with a high cultural value, such as castleschurchesbridges, andlighthouses..., some of them catalogued as World Heritage Sites, as well as miniature buildings of diverse typical country constructions.

The materials used look like the original materials and the pieces' quality is based on the company's production processes. 


     Foix castle model          Granada lighthouse model 


The kits are presented with all the necessary material to model the chosen Item; the specific cardboard structure that withstands the building is included, as well as all the ceramic pieces needed (mainly stones and roof tiles), the glue, a general recommendations sheet, specific instructions based on a photographic sequence and some materials for model decorations depending on the reference. 


                building sets for stone models

 

 

Constructions should be modelled over a wooden base and from a previously cut out and assembled numbered cardboard structure. These figures are carefully assembled aided by cardboard strip angles, which make the modelling easier. 
Over the cardboard structure are built the walls and the roofs. 

For an accurate result it is recommended to smooth down some of the different pieces with sandpaper as well as all the walls once the model is finished, achieving a more attractive and realistic result. 

 

 

     Stone model assembly system        Stone model assembly system

 

Some of the kits also include moulded ceramic pieces which simulate different parts of the original construction with a high degree of detail. 

   moulded pottery pieces      moulded ceramic windows