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Musée des Plans-relief (Paris) - Mont Saint Michel

Musée des Plans-reliefs

The famous Mont-Saint-Michel. This relief map was made ca. 1690 by a monk who lived in the abbey. He offered the model to the french king Louis XIVth later. Some houses of the village was made of game cards because the monk didn't have enough lime wood to do it... So if you dismantle some building, behind some facades you will find an ace of spades !

Dimensions : 2,30 m x 1,66 m

Scale : 1/144e

Materials : sand, silk powder, wood, engraved paper, wire (for trees' trunks and branches), paint

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  • Focal Length 17 mm
  • Exposure Time 6/1
  • f Aperture f/10.0
  • ISO Speed 800

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