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I know nothing about these three miniature architectural buildings. They are beautiful in their simplicity. They appear to be made by hand of a birch or alder wood. The pitch of the roof suggests that they were made in a country with a cold climate, and the dome or cupola shape is reminescent of Slavic countries, Russia, or Poland. The size of these miniature buildings is about 4" by 3 1/2" for the smaller ones, and the church type building is 6 1/2" high by 3 1/2" long.
all three structures are only 3/4" wide, giving a very modernistic and abstract appearance. They are not marked. I do not know if these are toys or decorative objects. I would love information about them, if anyone knows. The condition is good with some slight scuff marks and the tip of the minaret is probably damaged or shortened slightly.

I am listing these as Christmas decor because I think they would be striking with other folk art figurines as a Christmas display.

vintage wood block houses and church