In memory of those who died September 11, 2001.
July 14 parade… In Lego!
July 14 in France is the national holiday, celebrating the storming of the bastille in 1789 and the end of the monarchy. Since 1880 it has been celebrated with a major military parade in Paris, and creates a day where the army is honored. Festi’briques, a French association for the promotion of Lego handover, took these photos of a giant diorama exhibited during one of their events. It’s beautiful, well done, and full of fun details. Can you find them? 🙂 Source: Festi’briques 00
Lego Roman Soldier… Another look at the Legion
The Roman Soldier is one of my favorite Lego minifigs. And legophthalmos knows how to stage them! When they are not in combat, the Roman legionnaires ogle the little Roman girls! And Alexander the Great strikes the pose... Great quality photos, you're sure to like it! Source: legophthalmos +60
Lego Titanic project
A magnificent project, which reconstructs the Titanic (or could almost speak of TitaBrick) with great attention to detail. The RMS Titanic was a British ocean liner that sank in the North Atlantic Ocean in the early morning of April 15, 1912 after a collision with an iceberg during its maiden voyage from Southampton, United Kingdom, to New York, United States. The sinking resulted in the deaths of more than 1,500 passengers and crew, making it one of the deadliest commercial peacetime maritime disasters in modern history. Source: Juho Ruohola +20
Lego Trojan Horse
Le cheval de Troie est un épisode de la guerre de Troie sur le subterfuge que les Grecs ont utilisé pour entrer dans la ville de Troie et de gagner la guerre. The Trojan is an episode of the Trojan War on the subterfuge that the Greeks used to enter the city of Troy and win the war. 00 00
Arabic Palace - Lego
A magnificent Arabic palace directed by Peter deYeule for her children. In true purist, all the stairs leading to the rooms. A working level of detail. 00