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Adelaide Oval

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Adelaide Oval is one of the most iconic sports stadiums in Australia. Established in 1871, the Oval has seen many changes over the years, and has hosted all manner of sports events, including cricket, Aussie Rules Football, Cycling, Soccer and more.

The most recent redevelopment of the Oval has fused modern architecture and facilities with historical elements from the past, such as the fascia and brickwork arches of the original western stands, and the northern grassed hill with its iconic Moreton Bay Fig trees and the historic scoreboard, which has been in service since 1911.

For more information about Adelaide Oval, visit Wikipedia or the official Adelaide Oval website.

I've done my best to represent the Oval in the smallest scale possible whilst retaining the details that make it undeniably Adelaide Oval, such as the light towers, northern hill, Western Stand details and of course the scoreboard.

The Southern Stand roof shell presented a bit of a problem, but I think I've found a pretty good solution. If anything better comes to mind, I'll post an update.

This build has 1376 bricks and measures 40 studs by 44 studs.