We’ve gone over some of the more common structures in Minecraft with a circle as their basic shape, but what about more elaborate, even famous structures? Let’s take a look at some you may wish to add to your world. Remember; these guys had to cut and carve these out of rock and haul tons of stone to make these, and all you’ve got to do is click a mouse a bunch of times! So be grateful!
The Roman Colosseum: A truly magnificent ancient work, build it in its completed glory days, or with its modern partially deconstructed charm.
Epcot Center, Disneyland, FL: More than just a circle, this is a sphere, and not ancient, but modern. Yeah, I’m not touching that one. You guys have fun though…
Dubai Tower: Not a perfect circle, but also not a god-forsaken sphere at least. The other big issue is that you probably won’t get a fraction of the floors built before capping at the top of the sky. Just tell everyone to lower their render distance in video options and nobody will know the difference
Taj Mahal: Another horrifically difficult ancient structure, but boy if you could make it, it would be so worth it! Truly one of the most visually stunning and moving works of functional art mankind has left unscathed.
White House: Not so ancient, but older than anyone playing this game. This one, though large, is one of the easiest buildings listed. It only involves half of a circle as part of its structure, with the rest being your standard, ever so easy and mundane squares and rectangles. Tell me how the Oval Office turns out!
Pretty much anything in the Vatican: Remaining neutral on all other accounts, the architecture is astounding. At least crosses are easy to make with cubes.
Sphynx: Not entirely circular, but plenty of curvature. It would definitely bring some culture to your lands!
Stonehenge: Since it’s not a fully unbroken circle, you can cheat a little bit, so it would be much easier. Definitely a piece of cake compared to the other stuff listed here.
The Kremlin: Absolutely amazing, and quite likely nearly impossible for Minecraft. But, but… wow.
Chambord Castle: A very famous and very beautiful castle. Considering it was made for both beauty and defense, it’s ideal for a Survival mode server! And you will surely be quite inspired to protect it from invading forces.
A little history, a little culture, and hopefully a lot of good ideas for Minecraft circle structures!Share