Canterbury Cathedral

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Based in Canterbury, England Canterbury Cathedral is one of the most recognizable cathedrals in England. It is one of the oldest and most famous Christian structures in England. It is the cathedral of the Archbishop of Canterbury.

This highly detailed model accurately recreates the building. With all key features of the cathedral accurately included along with the entrance and accurate brick colorings all i...

  • A MICRODESIGNS interpretation of the real-world English landmark, Canterbury Cathedral.
  • This model features an accurate representation of the Cathedral, with key features such as the recognizable spirals, and the unique windows all included.
  • The included box contains information about the features of the model as well as facts regarding the architecture and history of this iconic building.
  • This set includes over 820 pieces.
  • Officially in collaboration with Canterbury Cathedral.
  • Free Standard delivery on all orders now! Please see our Refund Policy for information regarding returns.

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    lee h.
    United Kingdom United Kingdom


    amazing . as allways .top team you have there.. need the leeds ground. and stone henge when back in stock. love you work . :)

    United Kingdom United Kingdom

    Totally absorbing and satisfying

    It took me 3 days to construct this model over New Year as I am really not very skilled at this sort of thing. I often found myself having to go back several stages as I realised I had got a brick in the wrong place at an earlier stage. But it was so fascinating and fun that hours would pass without my noticing (or eating, or getting dressed). I was so pleased that I got it done, although I wished I had realised that the odd black piece was actually a tool. The model is beautifully designed and obviously recognisable as Canterbury Cathedral. I’m just disappointed that they don’t do any other cathedrals (Durham would be fun).