Thursday, June 11, 2009

LEGO Makes Impressive Buildings Replica

A pile of Lego bricks, of assorted colors and sizes.

I remember I used to having fun playing Lego, building the colourful bricks into various shapes when I was a kids. No, I am never good in constructing them. A simple house will do. *smile*

There was this Lego's fair (I simply named it!) with the theme Treasure Lego in KLCC last week. I was actually wandering alone while waiting for hubby.

So, just wanna share what they have done with the LEGO bricks. Heheheh... Buildings replica of...

#1 Petronas Twin Towers - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Completed in 1998 and became the tallest building in the world on the date of completion. It still remains the tallest twin buildings in the world thou.

Bricks used approx 150k.

#2 The Taj Mahal - Agra, India

A Mausoleum built on the orders of Shah Jehan, the fifth Muslim Mogul emperor, to honor the memory of his beloved late wife. The emperor was consequently jailed and it is said, that could then only see the Taj Mahal out of his small cell window.

Bricks used approx 200k.

#3 The Pyramid at Chichen Itza - Yucatan, Mexico

Chichen Itza, the most famous Mayan temple city, served as the political and economic center of the Mayan civilization. The Pyramid itself was the last and arguably the greatest, of all Mayan temples.

Bricks used approx 100k.

#4 The Roman Colosseum - Rome, Italy

It was opened in 80AD and was originally called the Flavian Amphitheatre. The largest ever built in the Roman Empire. It is one of the greatest works of Roman architecture and Roman engineering. Capable of seating 50,000 spectators, the Colosseum was used for gladiatorial contests and public spectacles. It stays partially ruined due to damage caused by devastating earthquakes and stone-robbers

Bricks used approx 100k.

#5 Petra Treasury - Petra, Jordan

Petra was the glittering capital of the Nabataean empire of King Aretas IV. The Nabataeans provided their city with great tunnels construction and water chambers. Today, the Palace Tombs of Petra with 42-meter-high Hellenistic temple facade on the El-Deir Monastery, are impressive examples of Middle Eastern culture.

Bricks used approx 200k.

#6 Machu Picchu - Urubamba Valley, Peru

The Incan emperor, in the 15th century, built a city in the clouds on the mountains known as Machu Picchu (Old Mountain). The city remained 'lost' for over three centuries before it was rediscovered in 1911.

Bricks used approx 100k.

Credits to the descriptions provided. *wink*

While the parents enjoying the impressive buildings replica, the children enjoy themselves at the Playing Zone too. *grin*

Ok... enuff with the 'Hari Ini Dalam Sejarah'... lol


  1. uuuu.. impressive! kalau cakap pasal lego, sa mesti teringat tu adik sa bikin urang2 yang 4 segi, inda cantik! tapi itu twin towers bah.. wow.. cantik o0o~

  2. AnnieMing ~ Hahaa.. Sia pun dulu kalau buat tu lego kan nda pernah la jd yg bikin urg WOW. Kekekek...

    Jess ~ Thanks for dropping by. Did u take any pics?

  3. i was wowed by the replicas (wpun tingu dlm gambar sj..) hehe...

    since, u in contest mood, i thot ko masuk Lego building contest...LOL!

  4. Mama Mia ~ Mmg WOW kan Mia. Santik betul. Kalau sia ada camera yg santik, sure sia zoom ba lego2 tu...

    Akakakak... ko sindir sia aa... Hahahah..

  5. wahh beshnye.. cantek2 ekk
    kite dulu tak men lego..
    kite men kawada.. hehe

  6. Yan ~ cantek kan? Err... kawada tu ape ek? *blush*


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