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Ba chmann Liliput Modellbahnunion MU EMU Stadler Flirt Eur obahn RRX (Rh ein-Ruhr-Express) HO g auge The model is a special edition by. Liliput L 4-part regional EMU type FLIRT, Rhein-Ruhr-Express RRX, exclusive model for Modellbahn Union (MU). Jude Law w reklamach Lexusa RX. Posted in: Zagraniczne kampanie reklamowe . Blog. Jakie są obecne trendy i co warto podpowiadać klientom? Posted in.
The temple itself is considered an absolute wonder of ancient engineering for a number of reasons.
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Its distinctive architectural style makes it one of the oldest and best-preserved buildings in Egypt. These mesmerizing engineering skills have allowed the mortar-free facing to remain in position for thousands of years after the temple was built.
The only other known temple of similar magnitude is the Sphinx Temple located next to it, and the incredible Osirion temple at Abydos, in Upper Egypt. All three temples feature incredible details that have confused experts ever since their discoveries. One of the main characteristics of the Valley Temple at Giza is the huge amount of megalithic stones used in its construction.
The core structure of the valley temple is one of its most unusual characteristics: It remains a complete mystery as to how the ancient builders managed to transport and lift these massive stones to heights of more than 40 feet. The stones are believed to have been quarried near the Great Sphinx.
In addition to the sheer quantity and size of the stones used in the construction, another mind-boggling feature are the walls of the temple, which have been fitted with unprecedented precision, making the interior of the temple look like a massive three-dimensional jigsaw puzzle. The stones were manipulated with such precision that some of them have several exposed surfaces with various corners and angles. Some of the stones appear as if they were literally molded into form, or bent to fit adjacent stones perfectly.
How the ancient builders managed all of this remains a profound mystery for scholars. If we travel to Ollantaytambo, an ancient archaeological complex in Peru we will find incredible, supermassive walls, erected by ancient civilizations thousands of years ago. To the surprise of many, if we compare the valley temple at the Giza plateau, to the structures located at Ollantaytambo in Peru, or the Coricancha temple in Cusco, we will notice an uncanny similarity that jumps out.
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No removing of the shell or unscrewing anything! The DB version was released just about a year ago, with an SBB version released last Spring or Summer, leaving me to think that this special livery produced in coordination with Modellbahn Union was going to be forgotten! However, I got a pleasant email from the shop in Germany where I ordered it almost 18 months ago that it was being shipped to me I completed my 'video review' posted above which also includes my attempt at installing the decoder more on that belowbut I also wanted to share a written version with photos and such in case the old YouTube connection isn't working for you.
Let me first say that this model is fantastic looking. Beautiful printing, lettering, and details.
I don't know enough or anything really about the prototype to comment on the fidelity of this to its 1: The dark grey contrasted with the off-white, and orange highlights really stands out. The interesting 'digital' design also really nicely complements the sets appearance and I think is one of the best examples of 'design' in contemporary train set livery. Roof top details also provide a dash of color and some interesting 'texture' to the overall appearance of the set.
There was one small "hick-up" I experienced with this model concerning the decoder installation.
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I believe it was said nicely by "Putzi" on the Model Rail Forum where the statement was made that the decoder installation is more of a 'medium' difficulty than the 'easy' one I was expecting! And if you've seen the video and if your in this hobby, I'm sure you can commiserate!
Although its a basic NEM decoder install, getting to the socket is the big challenge! Honestly, I probably would have broken something if I didn't have this link to a tutorial on the install.
Once you find a nice, protected place to turn this long set on its backside the cars are all connected - and its heavily implied in the instructions not too disconnect them! I happened to guess wrong and went through a lot of unnecessary effort to open up the side that did not have the NEM socket!