Well, it took a bit longer than I planned, but I finally completed the paper kit of Iglesia de la Asunción from Tobarra, Spain to use as the church in San Cristóbal, Golfonseca.
|The main entrance.|
|The curved roof of the bell tower. A weather-vane is included for the bell tower, but I decided to leave it off as I thought it would get broken during storage and transport.|
On very interesting thing about this building, is that it is asymmetrical and other than the bell tower, I don't think it has any 90° angles on the corners. Looking at Google Street view of the real church, it seems to be squeezed in between several other buildings that may have forced this shape.
|The lopsided design is more obvious from this angle.|
This was a fun project and I'm happy with the final results.