Take a moment to take a look at each of the Lego-created building and monument below, and then take a step back and think about this: How did they do it? The sheer size, the precise detail, and the in-depth planning of each creation are simply mind-blowing.
This is Lego architecture at its very best. It’s when Lego ceases to be a simple kids toy and becomes a modern day medium for architects.
In this post, we have collected our favorite Lego buildings and monuments from all around the World. Built by Lego professionals and passionate aficionados, you will find the most popular buildings, like the Eiffel Tower and the Statue of Liberty, to lesser known buildings, like the Tower of Belém (our favorite) and the Dome of the Rock. We are sure you will all agree, these buildings are amazing.
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Leaning Tower of Pisa (Europe, Italy)
The Colosseum (Europe, Italy)
The Tower of London (Europe, UK)
Big Ben (Europe, UK)
Westminster Abbey (Europe, UK)
The Eiffel Tower (Europe, France)
The Arc de Triomphe (Europe, France)
The Acropolis of Athens (Europe, Greece)
The Parthenon (Europe, Greece)
Frauenkirche Dresden (Europe, Germany)
Atomium (Europe, Belgium)
Tower of Belém (Europe, Portugal)
St. Peter's Cathedral (Europe, Vatican City
The Great Pyramid of Giza (Africa, Egypt)
The White House (North America, USA)
The Statue of Liberty (North America, USA)
The Empire State Building (North America, USA)
Flatiron Building (North America, USA)
Yankee Stadium (North America, USA)
The Chrysler Building (North America, USA)
John Hancock Center (North America, USA)
Detroit Public Library (North America, USA)
Chichen Itza (Central America, Mexico)