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Denver Cathedral

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Welcome to Denver, the Mile High City!

MiniWorld celebrates Denver and Colorado with a collection of landmarks, from historical buildings to modern art sculptures. This model is part of the Denver Collection!

The Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception is the cathedral of the Archdiocese of Denver of the Roman Catholic Church. Inspired by French Gothic architecture, it was designed by Leon Coquard of Detroit and completed in 1911. It measures 195 by 116 feet (59 by 35 m) with the nave rising to 68 feet (21 m). The main façade is framed by two 210-foot (64 m) spires. It is built with stone quarried in Colorado and Indiana, interior details are built in Carrara Marble. It has 75 stained glass windows made in Munich, more than any church in the US. Pope John Paul II held a mass here in 1993.

MiniWorld is excited to bring this historical model to life! All models are made by hand and brain from scratch, please give credit, it's all about spreading culture and education!

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3D printing settings

Directions and Recommendations:

  • Support-free

  • Infill: 5-10%

  • 0.1mm layer height recommended

  • You can scale it up 150% or 200% to get better definition of details

  • 3D model format: STL


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