MOC-29962 Modulare Kathedrale (August 2021 Überarbeitungsversion)-Klemmbausteine-LesDiy-LesDiy
MOC-29962 Modulare Kathedrale (August 2021 Überarbeitungsversion)-Klemmbausteine-LesDiy-LesDiy
MOC-29962 Modulare Kathedrale (August 2021 Überarbeitungsversion)-Klemmbausteine-LesDiy-LesDiy
MOC-29962 Modulare Kathedrale (August 2021 Überarbeitungsversion)-Klemmbausteine-LesDiy-LesDiy
MOC-29962 Modulare Kathedrale (August 2021 Überarbeitungsversion)-Klemmbausteine-LesDiy-LesDiy
MOC-29962 Modulare Kathedrale (August 2021 Überarbeitungsversion)-Klemmbausteine-LesDiy-LesDiy
MOC-29962 Modulare Kathedrale (August 2021 Überarbeitungsversion)-Klemmbausteine-LesDiy-LesDiy
MOC-29962 Modulare Kathedrale (August 2021 Überarbeitungsversion)-Klemmbausteine-LesDiy-LesDiy
MOC-29962 Modulare Kathedrale (August 2021 Überarbeitungsversion)-Klemmbausteine-LesDiy-LesDiy
MOC-29962 Modulare Kathedrale (August 2021 Überarbeitungsversion)-Klemmbausteine-LesDiy-LesDiy
MOC-29962 Modulare Kathedrale (August 2021 Überarbeitungsversion)-Klemmbausteine-LesDiy-LesDiy
MOC-29962 Modulare Kathedrale (August 2021 Überarbeitungsversion)-Klemmbausteine-LesDiy-LesDiy
MOC-29962 Modulare Kathedrale (August 2021 Überarbeitungsversion)-Klemmbausteine-LesDiy-LesDiy
MOC-29962 Modulare Kathedrale (August 2021 Überarbeitungsversion)-Klemmbausteine-LesDiy-LesDiy
MOC-29962 Modulare Kathedrale (August 2021 Überarbeitungsversion)-Klemmbausteine-LesDiy-LesDiy
MOC-29962 Modulare Kathedrale (August 2021 Überarbeitungsversion)-Klemmbausteine-LesDiy-LesDiy
MOC-29962 Modulare Kathedrale (August 2021 Überarbeitungsversion)-Klemmbausteine-LesDiy-LesDiy
MOC-29962 Modulare Kathedrale (August 2021 Überarbeitungsversion)-Klemmbausteine-LesDiy-LesDiy

MOC-29962 Modulare Kathedrale (August 2021 Überarbeitungsversion)

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Neogothic Evangelic Church--The Closest Model to Heaven

Mysterious, solemn, artistic, close-...... It's hard to describe this church in one word. As a masterpiece of neo-Gothic architecture, it always evokes a sense of reverence and solemnity from the inside out. Maybe you will feel a little distant at first, but when you step into its world, you will find that it can be so real and rich in beauty. In this Gothic chapel we see the typical features of the neo-Gothic style: stained glass pointed windows, vaulted tops. Reminiscent of medieval cathedral in Germany and France, this complete, harmonious and elegant Gothic chapel is the pinnacle of culture and architecture, an art condensed by history. Until now, it is still mysterious, solemn, awe-inspiring and solemn, making people yearn for it and longing for it. There are two sources of this name for Gothic, one is the transliteration of the English word Goth, from which Gothic is derived; The other is that Gothic comes from the German Gotik, and the etymological Gett is transliterated as "Gothic", which means "God", so Gothic has the meaning of "close to God". Gothic church compared with modern commercial buildings, there is no sense of heaviness on the ground, the building is tall and pointed, growing towards the sky, like flowers blooming to the sky, very beautiful; Looking up at the church, although the decoration is complicated, there is no sense of oppression of the roof.

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A Blockhead's Adventure with Felix's Cathedral

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g4qC8CtMUrA&t=1769s Hey there, fellow brick enthusiasts! Gather 'round, grab a cup of joe, and let me tell you about my latest obsession—Felix’s Cathedral. Buckle up, because this is one brick-tastic rollercoaster you won’t want to miss!

The Grand Unboxing: A Tale of Two Cartons

Picture this: I'm sitting there, nervously sipping my coffee, eyeing two boxes like they’re treasure chests in a pirate movie. Inside these cardboard wonders lies Felix's Cathedral—an architectural marvel made of over 12,000 pieces. Yup, you read that right. It’s like building Notre Dame with Lego bricks, minus the actual fire hazard. So why did I decide to take on this mammoth project? Well, I saw it pop up on AliExpress and later licensed by Felix himself, making it officially legit. Felix got his money, the license drama sorted itself out, and here we are. This cathedral has always looked massive, and I’ve often said, “Nah, it’s too big for my liking.” But then I saw a video suggesting it fits in a city scale, and boom! Curiosity got the better of me.

The Missing Doors: A Journey of Patience and Complaints

Now, a fair warning to all potential buyers: the doors for this cathedral are like unicorns—rare and expensive. They range from 27 to 83 euros each! Imagine shelling out another 170 euros just for doors. It’s like buying a Ferrari and then realizing you have to buy the tires separately. I complained, whined, and finally got some doors from a swift supplier. Thanks, MT Bricks! But seriously, why isn’t there a disclaimer on the website about this? Magic Cube, get your act together!

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The Sorting Saga: Like a Scene from a Brick-Inspired Horror Film

So, I dove into the sorting process, surrounded by a mountain of bricks that threatened to engulf me. Two hours later, I had created some semblance of order. But guess what? The base plates were MIA. Yup, had to order those online too. Here’s hoping they arrive before my sanity completely erodes. But hey, I’ve got a week off work dedicated to this, so fingers crossed!

Building the Beast: When Patience Meets Passion

Fast forward to the building phase. Let me tell you, the sorting had me feeling like I was preparing for a major military operation. Bricks of all shapes and sizes were strewn about, but slowly, methodically, I began to piece this beast together. And boy, is it a beauty!

The detail in Felix’s design is nothing short of amazing. It’s like he took a magnifying glass to the Notre Dame and recreated every nook and cranny. The mosaic windows alone are a masterpiece, even if they did make me feel like a clumsy surgeon trying to fit tiny pieces into a delicate frame.

Mosaics and the Gynäkologe Experience

Speaking of mosaics, installing those windows was an experience. Imagine trying to fit tiny tiles into a frame using only your pinky fingers. I felt like a gynecologist—awkward, unsure, but determined to make it work. Eventually, I figured out a way to finesse those pieces into place, but not without a fair amount of cursing and creative maneuvering.

Quality and Quirks: The Rollercoaster Ride

The quality of the bricks is top-notch. They fit together snugly, and the end result is sturdy enough to survive a minor earthquake—or at least a curious cat. There were a few moments where I had to build parts backward to make it work better, but that’s just part of the fun, right?

One minor gripe: the structure’s top sections aren’t secured as firmly as I’d like. I might have to MacGyver some additional supports to keep everything in place. But overall, the design is solid, and the building experience is nothing short of thrilling.

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The Great Price Debate: Worth Every Penny?

Now, let’s talk price. I’ve seen some folks balk at the 1,500-euro price tag. But here’s the kicker—I ran a comparison using BrickLink, and to assemble this set from individual sellers would cost me over 2,800 euros. So yeah, 1,500 euros is a steal for this level of detail and quality.

The Verdict: A Bricktacular Triumph


In conclusion, Felix’s Cathedral is a monumental achievement in the world of brick building. It’s challenging, rewarding, and an absolute feast for the eyes. If you’re a fan of intricate designs and have a penchant for patience, this set is a must-have. Plus, you get the bragging rights of having built a miniature architectural marvel in your own home.

So, my fellow brickheads, if you’re ready to embark on a building adventure that will test your skills and your sanity, dive into Felix’s Cathedral. It’s a journey worth every piece, every hour, and every ounce of patience.

Happy building, and may your bricks always click together perfectly!