This review is for the 1/35 MiniArt Ardennes Street, which is a road section with a damaged building and a small culvert.
As with most of these MiniArt kits you get extras, and these are worth it too. There is a full door, some window panes and some window shutters plus a rail fence. The culvert is really neat too, and I plan to dress mine up with a small piece of pipe, and some trickling water.
The building is not difficult to build, but it does need some reinforcement in the form of styrene stripes. As you can see in the photo, it helps the building stay together, and it provides a place for the putty later on. I have built three of these MiniArt 1/35 buildings, and while I do like them my main pet peeve is that they don’t have much surface for glue to grab onto. However, as you can see from my previous two reviews, once the putty work is done and once they are painted they do look nice.
As you can see there is plenty of room for a Tiger, so most vehicles you might want to put on the base will fit. Do not worry about the gaps in the top of the building, as you see from the photos, the roof will cover those gaps.