Indian trading port

Swash buckler built a nice and uncommon Indian trading post. The buildings are nicely integrated into the Indian architecture, the daily tasks of the natives and English settlers turns the construction very dynamic but I still think that the MOC wins by the originality of the chosen theme.

Read more about the MOC at MOCPages.

Shrine of Nasir ibn Brick

Sandy_cash presents us a cool shrine with Arabian style. He has done a great job using slopes and SNOT to build the roof besides all the other amazing details.

See more pictures at flickr.

Prince of Persia – Alamut Gate

The wave of MOCs with Prince of Persia as background stills rolling. Svelte built an amazing gate based on Amber Fort in Jaipur.

Read more about it at Eurobricks.

Arabian Street

Here’s another good Arabian street made by PligetCiamek with a small marketplace. It was an honorable mention of Colossal Castle Contest V – in the ‘Miscellaneous’ category.

See more pictures at flickr.

Arabian Farm

Original MOCs are always a pleasure to see and Danielz has done a good job presenting us an Arabian Farm close to a river.

The waterwheel, the machine pushed by the cow and the building’s architecture make this MOC unique

See more pictures at brickshelf.

Arabian Street

From the same author of the previous post, Ciamek has made some time ago the  Arabian Street. As the name suggests, Arabian Street is a good representation of the Islamic Golden Era where we can find the merchants selling theirs goods, the soldiers patrolling and all the citizens buzzing around.

See more details at brickshelf.