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Najewitz Modellbau released some new Berlin-inspired houses over on their website. Stop using broken down CPUs for your terrain pieces.

From the release:

Here my newest resin castings 1:72. Berlin Houses.

Najewitz Modellbau continues their Normandy-inspired terrain line with their French Townhouse.

From the release:

As new releases 2 scale 1:72 Townhouses (also possible as single house in the country) .

Najewitz Modellbau continues rolling along with their French countryside terrain with their Normandy farm (both a farmhouse and a barn).

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My newest release is a little farm in Normandy (house + barn).

Najewitz Modellbau continues their Normandy-inspired terrain line with their French Town Hall.

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Here my newest release for scale 1:72. A townhall. This building is also useful as terrain piece, to show a mansion. It´s a resin modelkit. 4 walls, 2 roofplates and the mainroof with 2 chimneys. So you can assemble it with detachable roof and you are able to place figures inside.

Najewitz Modellbau continues their line of French terrain with their new Normandy "Garage" / Inn. Check it out.

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Here my newest release for 20mm.

With this style, the building is useful for some purposes. As "garage" or inn, maybe also for a very little railway-station.

Najewitz Modellbau continues their wonderful line of Normandy-inspired terrain pieces with their Town Hall/French Mansion.

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As addition for my Normandy Range here the newest release. A buildings that you can use as Town Hall or Mansion in France.

Najewitz Modellbau has a new Normandy Barn for your tabletops.

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Here the newest release for my Normandy-Range 28mm. A Barn. This model will fit perfectly to my Farmhouse.

Najewitz Modellbau adds some realism to your WWII-era tabletop with their new Normandy House terrain piece.

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A new release for my Normandy Range 28mm. Modelkit resin.

Najewitz Modellbau has new Normandy-style houses to use on your tabletop. That stack of books was just ruining the illusion. Go get some real terrain!

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After requests of a couple of customers, I create a new line of Normandy-Houses in 28mm similar to my 20mm line. First is a set of 3 houses

Najewitz Modellbau releases new 1:72 scale terrain:

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A new release. 2 Cornerhouses for my Nomandy rage 1:72
Najewitz Modellbau releases a new Middle Eastern Hotel, 1:72 scale:

From their website:

Here is a new modelkit for my middle east range 1:72. A Hotel useful for a couple of cities.
Najewitz Modellbau releases two sets of 1:72 scale terrain:

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Here a new resinkit for my Middle East series 1:72 and 3 new resinkits for my Normandy 1:72 series
Najewitz Modellbau releases a new terrain kit, a 1:72 scale graveyard:

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New release. Modelkit resin. Graveyard scale 1:72. The Kit contains a chapel, walls, gates and gravestones.
Najewitz Modellbau releases a new 1:72 scale terrain piece:

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The Famous House (today Museum) during the Mission Albany on 07th June 44. Resin kit scale 1:72
Najewitz Modellbau releases a new church terrain kit:

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My last work for this year the Church of Leuthen. But you can use it as generic church, due it´s created like the Normndy Church with separate parts to present it with different styles.
Najewitz Modellbau releases a new resin terrain kit.

From their announcement:

Here my last new release before Chrismas ... A model of a Normandy Church. 1:72, Cast in Resin. Roofs detachable etc etc.

With the model you will get gravestones to create a graveyard near the Church. The affinity with St. Mère Église is not a contingency. There are a couple of churches in Basse and Haute Normandy in this style. You can assemble the naves separate to create different types.

Najewitz Modellbau releases two more buildings for their 1:72 Middle East Series:

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A 3rd type of townhouse and a corner-house. The 3rd type is supplied with airconditioners. To add some stuff to the shop you get refrigerators, clothing-washer and older TV-models.

Najewitz Modellbau releases an appartment block with shops. Model resin, roof detachable, you can place figures inside:

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A startup of 2 new houses for my middle east serie 1:72. With the model you get air-conditioners and furnitures to simulate a furniture-shop.
Najewitz Modellbau Releases new 1:72 Scale Terrain:

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A new model (resin kit) for 1:72. A typical Field-Hangar during the WW1.
Najewitz Modellbau Announces a Pre-Christmas Sale:

From their announcement:

20% Discount now through Dec 10th.
Najewitz Modellbau Releases New Terrain:

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As a first model of my new series, I want to present a half-timbered house. You can use is for periods between 17th century until today. It´s a generic style of house that you can use in a couple regions of Germany, former Silesia, Austria and Alsace.

So it´s useful for much conflicts. From Blenheim 1704, 7YW, Napoleonic to WW2.

Its a resin modelkit. Roof detachable etc etc.

Najewitz Modellbau announce new buildings added to their webstore:

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A new serie of Resin Modelkits for Rome. 1:72 + 28mm. Startup with 3 Shops and a corner house.
Najewitz Modellbau announces their 28mm Roman Villa.

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Resin Modelkit. Typical Roman Villa Rustica. Useful for much periods and regions.
Najewitz Modellbau is releasing a 28mm Paddle Steam Boat.

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In October I will realease a Paddle Steamer 28mm. Useful for example Sudan-Campaign. The steamer comes as a resin-model with some lasercutted parts.
Najewitz Modellbau a model kit manufacturer releases Napoleans headquarters at Waterloo.

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Napoleans headquarter at Waterloo.
The Resinmodel fits for 1:72. It´s a modelkit, so you can assemble it with detachable roofs and place figures in it.