Greek Amphitheatre

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Author: Petesire
Block count: 4846
Views: 4198

Now this is something that seriously is a must have in Greek - the Amphitheatre! Can You imagine Greek without it? Impossible. But just look at this theatre ... it is huge, there are so many things to look at and even the colors look good. I wonder if it can fit the same amount of people as the real thing or even more? But if You are ready to build it, then grab some snacks and start building it. Have fun :)
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Blocks you'll need:

Stone Bricks 1512
Sandstone 1246
White Stained Clay 578
Sandstone Stairs 470
Pillar Quartz Block 346
Quartz Slab 223
Sand 198
Brick Slab 84
Bricks 62
Double Quartz Slab 33
Quartz Block 31
Quartz Stairs 16
Double Brick Slab 12
Chiseled Quartz Block 10
Red Stained Clay 10
Stone 6
Blue Stained Clay 5
Stone Brick Stairs 3
Light Blue Stained Clay 1
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Skill level 4
Object added 23 Aug 2017
Width 35
Height 21
Depth 30
Tags greek, amphitheatre, ancient, historical
Block Count 4846
Object materials
Stone Bricks 1512
Sandstone 1246
White Stained Clay 578
Pillar Quartz Block 346
Sandstone Stairs (North, Normal) 209
Sand 198
Quartz Slab 198
Sandstone Stairs (East, Normal) 114
Sandstone Stairs (West, Normal) 105
Brick Slab 84
Bricks (Upper) 62
Double Quartz Slab 33
Quartz Block 31
Sandstone Stairs (South, Normal) 25
Quartz Slab (Upper) 25
Sandstone Stairs (South, Upside-down) 17
Quartz Stairs (South, Upside-down) 16
Double Brick Slab 12
Chiseled Quartz Block 10
Red Stained Clay 10
Stone 6
Blue Stained Clay 5
Stone Brick Stairs (North, Normal) 3
Light Blue Stained Clay 1
"It's a theatre and this kind is roman, not greek!" -  Ashymar
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2018-07-10 01:33:15 Ashymar

It's a theatre and this kind is roman, not greek!