Discussion in 'Architecture Models' started by Nik1, Mar 6, 2011.
Approximately what scale is this?
The first photograph is a model of the Athens Parthenon. I assume that the scale of the second photo, the Notre Dame, is identical.
The actual temple is 69.5 m (width) x 30.9 m (depth) x 13.72 m (height)
That would be 228 ft (width) x 101 ft (depth) x 45 ft (height)
The model is 22.35" (width) x 14.5" (depth) x 6.6" (height)
Thank you kindly in advance.
That is the Coca Cola Scale
69,5 m / 0,567 m = 122, so the scale is somewhere around there (1:120 - 1:130, approx.).
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Thank you so much!
May I also ask approximately what scale this is?
This is where I found it.
This one is rather easy - they write it on their pages.
The church looks pretty much like a railway station or is it other way around?
Lol, I think you were right the first time
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