It’s been 60 years since the Bolshevik Revolution took over the Russian political and social atmosphere and change things forever. And to mark the occasion with a magnificent reminder of the same is a 400 sqaure feet model of the city of Moscow which was originally created way back in 1977. This one is a sight to behold being a rare attempt with a unique and unparalleled craftsmanship.
We have been told that it took close to some 300 workers to create this artistic masterpiece that required painstaking attention under the guidance of Russian artist Efim Deshalyt. The elaborate detailing is just one of the things that makes this structure one to be cherished forever. From the looks of it, the scaled piece was part of a propaganda as its sole purpose was to show that the Soviet Union’s capital was more magnificent than any Western capital.
To our surprise, we learnt that this one is up for sale too. So, if you a $3 million lying somewhere in your pocker, perhaps you can go shopping for your very own city. Though only a miniature version, but as good. The model is reference comes well equipped with a very interesting lighting and illumination system that further adds a realistic touch to the whole effort.