32 plastic fantastic LEGO versions of famous landmarks

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LEGO has been building our plastic dreams since 1947. It’s a killer when you stand on a piece, but it’s a great toy for firing imaginations. What doesn’t the LEGO stardust cover? There’s not much. There are Legoland parks around the world – one in its hometown of Billund in Denmark, there’s one near London in England, one in Germany halfway between Munich and Stuttgart, there’s even one in the theme-park capital of the world Florida and one in Malaysia near Singapore‘s border. Check out these LEGO versions of iconic monuments around the world:

Natural History Museum, London

The Reichstag, Berlin

The LEGO Reichstag by Thomas Quine
The LEGO Reichstag by Thomas Quine

Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco

#golden #gate #bridge #sanfrancisco #lego #legoland #california A photo posted by JaseAURadio (@jaseauradio) on

The Shard, London

Grand Central Station, Manhattan

Lego New York City Grand Central Station. Photo: sal
Lego New York City Grand Central Station. Photo: sal

Statue of Liberty, New York

LEGO Statue of Liberty at Toys R Us, Times Square, New York. Photo: InSapphoWeTrust
LEGO Statue of Liberty at Toys R Us, Times Square, New York. Photo: InSapphoWeTrust

Chrysler Building (kinda), Manhattan

St Paul’s Cathedral, London

Mount Rushmore

London Olympic Park

Sacre Coeur, Paris

Sacre Couer at Legoland Windsor by Gary Bembridge.
Sacre Couer at Legoland Windsor by Gary Bembridge.

Tower Bridge, London

Rockefeller Centre, Manhattan

Tokyo Tower

Imperial Hotel, Tokyo

Houses of Parliament, London

The Great Pyramid, Giza

A LEGO Pyramid by ajari.
A LEGO Pyramid by ajari.

The Acropolis, Athens

Itsukushima Shrine, Hatsukaichi

The world heritage “Itsukushima shrine” 厳島神社. It is made of LEGO. A photo posted by Hauto (@uki_yoshimura) on

The Kremlin, Moscow

The Leaning Tower of Pisa, Italy

Mont Saint Michel, France

The Colosseum, Rome

Easter Island

Swayambhunath, Kathmandu

Swayambhunath Temple in Kathmandu by Lego A photo posted by Naonori KUWATA (@zoffy) on

Blue Mosque, Istanbul

The Blue Mosque (Sultan ahmed Mosque-Istanbul) lego model. Though I was looking for the Hagia Sofia..

A photo posted by jo (@muffincovers) on

Taj Mahal, Agra

Hwaseong Fortress, South Korea

Sagrada Familia, Barcelona

Sydney Opera House

Ancient Egypt

Ancient Egypt in Lego by Colin Keigher
Ancient Egypt in Lego by Colin Keigher

Cologne Cathedral, Germany

And finally, it’s not just the destinations that come in Lego – here’s a Singapore Airlines plane:

(Feature image: Brickset)

32 plastic fantastic LEGO versions of famous landmarks was last modified: May 10th, 2016 by Adam Zulawski
Author: Adam Zulawski (252 posts)

I'm a freelance writer and Polish-to-English translator. I blog about travel for Cheapflights and run TranslatingMarek.com. Download my free e-book about Poland's capital after it was almost completely destroyed by the Nazis: 'In the Shadow of the Mechanised Apocalypse: Warsaw 1946'