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The Luneta Hotel

This is my simplified take on the iconic Manila landmark the Luneta Hotel. The French Renaissance inspired hotel was designed by Spanish architect Salvador Farre. Completed in 1919 it is one of the few remaining structures that survived the Liberation of Manila during WW2, it is now a protected structure by the National Historical Commission of the Philippines.

As with my other architectural builds, I only focused on the massing and some important and buildable details.

The whole build consists of 1213 bricks including 3 microfigs. Enjoy =)

This is my 59th build, and hopefully more to come. As with my previous sets this build is fully playable. If you like this model please do share and support this build through your friends and your social network.

Your opinions, suggestions and comments are most welcome.

Thank You and Happy Building :)

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