From what I have seen online, the scenes designed by others are much more elaborate with hundreds of pieces.
I can't help but marvel at the unity of faith displayed by Christian people from all countries. We may imagine the details differently but we share the beliefs. I love seeing the commonalities in belief among people from all over the world.
|Japanese Nativity courtesy Mary Harrsch|
|Philippine Nativity courtesy Mary Harrsch|
|Guatemala Nativity courtesy Roberto Urrea|
A Nativity scene is called a Belen in Spanish. Click on this link to see a page which has lots of links to the associations that showcase large nativities in Spain. Each association has photos of their nativities.
Another website, Belenario, has a world map that takes you to photos of nativities from many countries just by clicking.
|Adoration of the Magi Courtesy Joel Parham|
One Mexican artist that makes these amazing dioramas has a digital gallery of his work. It is called Nacimiento de Navidad.
Internationally, artists have depicted the birth of Jesus Christ visually. I really like this website TheJesusQuestion which has Nativity artwork from around the world.