I like to share stuff I come across or that other gamer nerds I know from other places on the intertoobz share with me.
One of the minis gurus I follow on FB posted these up today:
It's a bunch of papercraft buildings ( punch and assemble, no glue, no cutting, no painting, already full color,) in roughly 25mm scale ( so a little bitty for Games Workshop miniatures, but overall not too bad for other minis, and I don't care overmuch anyway).
They're from Russia and they're dead cheap, running about $5 USD per building ( although there are some larger kits that are more).
Most have sides or roofs that fold back to allow play in fully illustrated interiors.
A number of them also come with some 2D cardstock people, both knightly/soldierly types and medieval civilians ( nice if you'd been thinking about doing Braunstein/Narrstein, but don't have much of a collection of minis yet, or only heroes and monsters).
For about the MSRP of a hardcover mainstream RPG, you've got the core of a very solid medieval village and NPC minis/markers. It would probably work great if you wanted to have most of the main setting of your Beyond the Wall and Other Tales village in miniatures.
[They also have a few boats in similar scale]
Anyhow, thought I'd share. I've often thought that terrain building/buying is more of a hassle than minis buying/building, so knowing this stuff exists at this price and ease of build is kinda great.