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1:1 Scale Ancient Babylon

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More Information on our Website:

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Showcasing one of the newer cities in our growing collection of enviroments, Here is a 1:1 scale replica of the Ancient City of Babylon which is in modern day Iraq.

We are using this model with the MinecraftEDU platform to help students in over a thousand schools to learn about Ancient civilizations and Middle Eastern culture. Doing our part to help students understand this foreign culture and hopefully breaking down some cultural barriers and stereotypes at the same time.

You can explore its current progress via our dynmap view at this link.

The entire city model is about 2.5 x 3.5 kilometers in size, using a previous reconstruction used in several museum exhibitions as our blueprint with also help through archeological data released by several key museums. Every building will be unique and interiors will be decorated.


Information
Date Began: 15 Febuary 2015
Expected Completion: December 2016
Current Stage: Building outlining and exteriors construction
Block Count: Unknown (Updating Block Count Plugin atm)


Frequently Asked Questions:

Theres no detail! Its boring!
- Okay, not so much of a question but trolls love pointing this out, Please take note that this is a 1:1 scale replica, meant to mimick real life in scale and size. If you think there is detail missing, your more than welcome to try making buildings that are 3-4 meters tall have as much detail as the mega builds people make that are multiple times larger than they would be in real life.
Singleplayer Worldsave?
- Yes, it is coming soon.
Resource Pack?
- Yes, we are developing a Realistic Babylon Pack to go with our Authentic Chinese Pack.
How long till its completed?
- We are expecting completion of its "Minecraft-stage" by December 2016
Can I Volunteer?
- Volunteer Applications are open, Jump on the server, Build in our plotworld and see how things go. Talk to any volunteers online or Bohtauri for more information.
Can I Make Videos on the Server?
- You Sure Can. We are very happy to have any YouTuber to jump online and film as much as they want.
Can I Host this map on my Server?
- Please dont, We try to keep our server as the main version so visitors know they are seeing the latest and greatest collection 1:1 scale replica maps out there on any server
Its Pretty Big, Any Way to Explore it Easier?
- We are building a railway route to help tourists not get lost and see the best things and most completed content. Stay Tuned.
What Happened to Your Other Cities?
- We are still building them and they are ahead of schedule in construction. Stay tuned for more updates to them soon in preparation for Minecon and PAX AUS.

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06/26/2017 2:39 pm
Level 16 : Journeyman Architect
SiahSneaka
Nice job :)
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11/13/2016 7:35 pm
Level 40 : Master Toast
Bread_Mann
Nice! Im learning about Ancient Babylon in History Class!
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02/04/2016 4:09 am
Level 36 : Artisan Taco
Sexymario12
Nigga!!!!
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05/28/2017 10:15 am
Level 27 : Expert Architect
Steve Nugget
—Explains your name—
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10/25/2015 12:42 pm
Level 31 : Artisan Architect
MagisterCraft
Excellent work! Here's a question I didn't see answered above. How did you superimpose the archeological map onto the minecraft world surface, and does that schematic appear in game so as to indicate what buildings go where? I used this process on my project with WorldPainter, and would have loved to leave an imprint of the map on the actual minecraft world surface, but once I export from WorldPainter the map, of course, disappears.
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06/22/2015 6:46 pm
Level 62 : High Grandmaster Senpai
GrayRemnant
Great idea, dude!  ;)
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06/21/2015 5:52 pm
Level 57 : Grandmaster Senpai
Neroxyl
I wonder, when you were working on the tower of Babylon, did everyone start speaking a different language?
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06/21/2015 6:10 am
Level 16 : Journeyman Dragon
Blu3_lightning
Nice ziggurat.
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06/21/2015 2:20 am
Level 48 : Master Architect
bjbrown84
Love this project.
Always wonder how you can find that many time to push so magnificent on so many ancient projects?
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