Monday, February 01, 2010

35 Famous Lego Monuments and Buildings

A collection of our favorite Lego buildings and monuments from around the World, built by Lego professionals and passionate aficionados. You will find the obvious buildings, like the Eiffel Tower and the Statue of Liberty to lesser known buildings, like the Tower of Belém and the Dome of the Rock. We are sure you will all agree, these buildings are amazing.



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)


Frauenkirche Dresden (Europe, Germany)


Atomium (Europe, Belgium)


Tower of Belém (Europe, Portugal)


The Kremlin (Europe, Russia)


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)


Rapa Nui National Park (South America, Chile)


Catedral Metropolitana Nossa Senhora Aparecida (South America, Brazil)


Sydney Opera House (Australia)


Dome of the Rock (Asia, Jerusalem)


Torii Gates (Asia, Japan)


Ancient Kyoto (Asia, Japan)


Hall of Supreme Harmony (Asia, China)


Macau Tower (Asia, China)


The Great Wall of China (Asia, China)


The Taj Mahal (Asia, India)
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7 comments :

Anonymous said...

Dome of the Rock is in Palestine not in Israel, and it for Muslims

Damn Cool Pics said...

Thanks for pointing out..correction made.

Anonymous said...

Correction: Under all current treaties the Dome of the Rock is located in Jerusalem which is the capital of Israel.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dome_of_the_rock

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jerusalem

Anonymous said...

that's not the Kremlin. it's St. Basil's cathedral. also the photo next to it is completely wrong.

Joshua said...

I really like the Colosseum!

Anonymous said...

I don't want to flame, but I have just read that the east part of Jerusalem (under all treaties) was part of Jordania-Cisjordania, until Israel conquer it in 1967. In 1980 the UN, in their 478 resolution, declared that conquest illegal, and recomended to change the embassies to Tel Aviv. Almost all countries did it.

So I agree that Jerusalem is currently the capital, but don't agree that it is "under all current treaties". Nice photos by the way.

Anonymous said...

Just one word ..... WOW!!!I must say that you've done a agr8 job.... congratulations .... :)