Mihai Marius Mihu's castle is shaping up to be a fantastic project. Rising from a base of greenery is a classically influenced castle, consisting of headlight and axle hole brick buildings, alongside columned structures.
Where there is water, there is life. This is true in _bidlopavidlo_'s medieval scene, which has a pump supplying water to a local village for crops and for drinking. Behind the pump an Arabic style wall, built using multiple elements in tan and gray.
Jet Kwan's latest micro masterpiece is Neuschwanstein Castle. The popular LEGO build is detailed very well, especially the hillside.
LegoLord. and some friends built one of the greatest castle displays ever made. Dawnwood Castle is not just large but well detailed across the entire model. I especially like the multicolored trees and the construction of the castle.
The famed Lichtenstein Castle (located in Germany) presents a challenge when building with LEGO. Isaac S. accepted the challenge and completed a great version for the Marchitecture contest. The amazing rock formations, columns, tower and grille bridge makes the model one to beat.
For a LUG contest Dwalin Forkbeard attempted a microscale castle. For a first try in this scale the MOC is quite good, especially the angled corners.
During the medieval ages villages and buildings were often walled to protect from outside enemies. Two great examples are Aaron Newman's seaside castle and the Market of Rincon by Jako of Nerogue. While the models vary in scale, both illustrate the care the people took to protect themselves during the turbulent period.
The lookout tower rises high above the trees a few miles from the city's outer walls and adjacent to the river. The model is Perterz's first attempt at a medieval and tower model, and its turned out pretty successful.
achilles_210 completed a large scale castle set in the year 1218. The castle walls enclose a medieval village, which can only be entered through a drawbridge.
ANTONIO MORTOLA started the process of making a historical palace and cathedral. The model is part of a larger project to build a town center of Ravenna, Italy, with a team of 12 people.