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April 25th, 2013, 09:00
They probably went for a medieval representation of a village/town. The art by some ways recalls medieval art (even though there are too many lines in it) but the colours look like it.

In a medieval representation, only important buildings were represented: here, we've got the town hall, the well, the water mill, an inn and probably stables ,a few well off mansions of land masters, the bridge and fortifications. All signals an important settlement.

In medieval times, such representations would have been read immediately, people filling the gap with their common life material.

Nowadays, it seems to be confusing.

Actually, buildings might be production buildings only:smithy and a trader house
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