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This model is something I've been woring on for over three months (primarily buying enough quantities of 2x4 bricks). Etemenanki was a temple in ancient Babylon, in modern-day Iraq, used for religious and scientific purposes. Ancient astronomers using it as an observatory were able to accurately predict eclipses. The actual temple stood 300 feet tall.



Artist's interpretation of what the real thing might have looked like



It contains 956 parts, including 547 standard 2x4s. It uses 29 types of unique pieces.

"You are an absolute in these uncertain times. Your past is forgotten, and your
future is an empty book. You must find your own destiny, my brave adventurer.
-- Turaga Nokama


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