Challenge yourself by creating a lifelike 3D replica of one of Russia's most famous landmarks: St. Basil's Cathedral. Each of its 173 pieces are made from sturdy polystyrene foam board, and the best part is it can be assembled without scissors or glue! Each piece is perfectly molded to fit, creating a seamless, St. Basil's Cathedral wherever you want.
A great gift for ages 5+, building a part of Moscow has never been easier or so much fun. Once completed, its size and amazing detail makes it a beautiful centerpiece in your home, office, major party or corporate event.
Finished building measures: 16.5" x 13.8" x 23.6"
Information: The St. Basil's Cathedral was commissioned by Ivan the Terrible and built on the edge of Red Square between 1555 and 1561. The cathedral was built to commemorate Ivan the Terrible's successful military campaign against the Tartar Mongols in 1552 in the besieged city of Kazan. St. Basil's is a delightful array of swirling colors and redbric towers. Its design comprises nine indivicual chapels, each topped with a unique onion dome and each commemorating a victorious assault on the city of Kazan.