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Friday, February 26, 2010


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Keystone Bouchard

"...And know that each star in this galaxy is the creative work of some person or group of persons."

Well said!

Rober 1236 Jua

http://tinyurl.com/ygab37t shows the same SIM compared to the Google Earth model of same sight.

Punky Pugilist

I visited this amazing site last year. Its one of the most artistic creations in all of SL. A work of wonder and artistry.

Kumi Kuhr

Having been to the RL Mont Saint Michel I can attest to the incredible detail of the SL build. There is also a secret door that will lead you inside the rock to a James Bond villian style lair complete with space ship. The door is behind a bar...

Ziki Questi

These SL versions of RL sites are sometimes amazing -- artists have replicated RL places with astonishing detail and care. When I visited SL Krakow last year (which, sadly, has now disappeared), tears came to my eyes as I walked through the old city square. (I know that sounds sappy, but it's true lol.) The façade of every building had been meticulously reconstructed -- just a stunning environment.

Thanks, Kumi ... I'll have to track down that bar! ;-)

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