Let's do a little quiz: Cossacks buildings

Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by Spanish Empire, Nov 5, 2016.

  1. Foeurdr

    Foeurdr Moderator Staff Member

    There is also the possibility of some later addition on the building that the building designer of Cossacks chose to not represent in the game.
     
  2. Npeter87

    Npeter87 Moderator Staff Member

    I have some other ideas, but not better. Unfortunately, the most hungarian double-tower church is similar, but as you said, devs edited the buildings, so finding the perfect match is very difficult.

    Btw. your idea is good.
     
  3. Morion

    Morion New Member

  4. Spanish Empire

    Spanish Empire New Member

    I have updated the list with the Austrian Town Hall (Landhaus of Klagenfurt). Thank you! :)

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/ln63ng25yo6efvu/Cossacks Buildings.pdf

    Regarding the proposal for Hungarian Town Hall, I agree with Npeter 87, it is similar but it could be other. I have found the M√°rianosztra Church, but I think is also similar but not the right one. What do you think?:

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    Talking about the Scottish buildings, I would be happy to include them in the record, but I have not the game models to fill the sheet.
    I have not yet the DLC Guardians of the Highlands, but if someone gives me a link with the game models I will include Scotland in the list ;)
     
  5. Spanish Empire

    Spanish Empire New Member

    The list has been updated with the Swiss academy, found as the Thun Rathaus (Town Hall): :)

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/ln63ng25yo6efvu/Cossacks Buildings.pdf

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    Probably the forum users known other buildings of their nations, it would be wonderful to share all our knowledge, specially in buildings from Prussia or Saxony, where there are just a bit of matches.
     
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  6. Morion

    Morion New Member

    Just an idea, but i think the inspiration of piedmontese 17th c Barracks could be the Sforza Castle (Galliate) - Castello Sforzesco di Galliate
    Not to be confused with the Sforza Castle in Milan.

    Cossacks 1 building:
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    Sforza Castle (Galliate):
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    Wikipedia (Italian)
     
  7. Spanish Empire

    Spanish Empire New Member

    Hi guys!

    I am really tankful to Marsal and Morion, thanks a lot for your cooperation and your big contributions! :)
    Just a little correction: I have found the Scottish cathedral, it is the Church of the Holy Rude at Stirling.

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    I have updated the file, here are the changes:

    -Scotland is included with models of C3
    -Scottish Town Hall is Ballindalloch Castle (Banffshire)
    -Scottish Cathedral is the Church of the Holy Rude (Stirling)
    -Scottish Barracks of 17th century are Drumlanrig Castle (Dumfriesshire)
    -Scottish Barracks of 18th century are Cawdor Castle (Nairnshire)
    -Piedmontese Barracks of 17th century are the Sforza's Castle (Galliate)
    -Ukraine is modified with the models of C3 because the model of its cathedral has changed (in Cossacks European Wars was the Elijah's Church at Subotiv and in Cossacks 3 is the Saint Sophia's Cathedral at Kiev)

    The file location has been updated, now the PDF is in the following link:

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/84bzfetsmp40m70/Cossacks Buildings.pdf

    I have a theory about the Ukrainian Diplomatic Center: Could be inspired in the Klov Palace? What do you think?

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  8. Spanish Empire

    Spanish Empire New Member

    Two more updates regarding the stables of Scotland and Spain:

    -Scotland: Ardkeen Tower (Inverness)

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    -Spain: Saint Stephen's Church (Burgos)

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  9. -Fisher-

    -Fisher- New Member

    Hi! I was willing to say that I really like this thread, very nice idea! I am impressed by some players' culture ;)

    By the way, your link in 1st post was working a couple of days ago but is not working anymore, are you aware of it?
     
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  10. Spanish Empire

    Spanish Empire New Member

  11. -Fisher-

    -Fisher- New Member

    Yep, cool, it's better to keep the link in the 1st post up to date.

    I'd try to find some buildings for the factions for which most are lacking, but I think some Cossacks buildings are really just creations
     
  12. Spanish Empire

    Spanish Empire New Member

    I have a proposal for Prussian 17th century barracks: Kobolzeller Gate (Rothenburg ob der Tauber).

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    There is just a problem: Rothenburg ob der Tauber is in Bavaria, not in Prussia :D
    What do you think?
     
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  13. Morion

    Morion New Member

    Hi Spanish Empire,
    I think it's not problem. I find the Kamianets-Podilskyi Castle which is in some parts (especially towers) resembles to the Polish 17th century Barracks. But Kamianets-Podilskyi is in Ukraine.
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    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/4d/Kamianets-Podilskyi-Castle-2007.jpg
    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipe...anets-Podilskyi_Castle_(Tenchynska_Tower).JPG

    Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kamianets-Podilskyi_Castle

    I think Kobolzeller Gate (Rothenburg ob der Tauber) as Prussian 17th century barracks and Klov Palace (Kiev) as Ukrainian Diplomatic Center is correct.
     
  14. Spanish Empire

    Spanish Empire New Member

    Hi Morion :)

    Thanks a lot for your discovery, I think you are totally right and the Kamieniec-Podolski castle is the Polish XVII century barracks. It seemed strange, but during XVI-XVII centuries, that region of Ukraine was under control of Poland-Lithuania.

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    I have modified the list with the following updates:

    -Polish XVII century barracks are found as Kamianets-Podilskyi Castle (Kamianets-Podilskyi)
    -Prussian XVII century barracks are found as Kobolzeller Gate (Rothenburg ob der Tauber)
    -Ukrainian diplomatic center is found as Klov palace (Kiev)

    The file remains in the location:

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/84bzfetsmp40m70/Cossacks Buildings.pdf

    Thank you!