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Lego Sets Based On World Landmarks

Updated on June 22, 2013

What Are The Lego Landmarks?

The Lego Landmarks are new and retired Lego Sets that are based on places in the world. The Lego Architecture Sets are based on real buildings, but there are some large Lego Sets that can be constructed into large sets. These Lego Landmarks have the perfect touch of authenticity and design that are sure to blow you away!

Lego Tower Bridge

The Lego Tower Bridge is a Lego Set based on the Tower Bridge that has been over the Thames River in London, England, for over 100 years. The Tower Bridge has over 80 windows, and it comes along with 4 mini cars, and a movable drawbridge. If a boat is coming through, you can pick up the drawbridge so that the boat may pass. The Tower Bridge is a fascinating attraction, and the Lego Tower Bridge comes with a custom design that makes it look like the real thing.

See The Lego Tower Bridge In Action!

The Lego Tower Bridge contains 4,287 pieces.

My Lego Tower Bridge Review

LEGO Tower Bridge 10214
LEGO Tower Bridge 10214

The Tower Bridge has been a part of England for more than a century! This iconic bridge can now find itself on your shelf right now! With over 4,000 lego pieces, the Tower Bridge will prove to be a fun build with a magnificent result. With over 81 windows and perfect detail, who could resist the Tower Bridge?

 

Lego Eiffel Tower

The Eiffel Tower has been in Paris, France, for over 100 years and is the height of an 81 story building. The Eiffel Tower is a must see attraction that has every since become the prominent symbol of Paris and France. Now, you can get the Eiffel Tower in Lego version! The Lego Eiffel Tower reaches astonishing heights over 3 feet tall. When I build the Eiffel Tower and put it on the floor, the French flag on the top of the Eiffel Tower came up to my knees. The Lego Eiffel Tower is a very detailed Lego that resembles the real Eiffel Tower that remains in Paris, France, today.

See The Lego Eiffel Tower Get Built In Fast Speed

The Lego Eiffel Tower contains 3,428 pieces.

Lego Eiffel Tower Review

LEGO Make & Create Eiffel Tower 1:300
LEGO Make & Create Eiffel Tower 1:300

The Eiffel Tower stands tall at France's capital, Paris. Now you can add the Lego Eiffel Tower to your collection now! The Lego Eiffel Tower is almost 4 feet tall and could be the perfect landmark for your Lego City.

 

Lego Taj Mahal

The Taj Mahal has been in India for over 3 centuries, and it has been referred to as the "jewel of Muslim art" in India. Mughal emperor Shah Jahan built the Taj Mahal in honor of his third wife, Mumtaz Mahal. Ever since, the Taj Mahal has become a popular tourist attraction, and the Lego Taj Mahal is now available as a Lego! The Lego Taj Mahal is an incredible set that has a fancy design that is sure to make you and your friends amazed at the wonderful sight of an awesome Lego Set.

See The Lego Taj Mahal Built In Fast Time

The Lego Taj Mahal contains 5,922 pieces.

Lego Taj Mahal Review

Lego 10189 Taj Mahal Model (Discontinued by manufacturer)
Lego 10189 Taj Mahal Model (Discontinued by manufacturer)

Do you want a challenge? Well, the Lego Taj Mahal has the most Lego pieces out of any Lego Set ever released by Lego. With a record breaking 5,922 Lego bricks, the Lego Taj Mahal is a sight to behold, and it is one of the fanciest Legos ever. The Lego Taj Mahal has all of the components of the original Taj Mahal in India and is a great Lego for any Lego collector to have.

 

Great For Lego Investors

These Lego Sets are the best sets to buy for anyone investing in Lego. These Lego Sets promise a huge profit. The Eiffel Tower and Taj Mahal are now worth over $1,000 on eBay, and I predict that the Tower Bridge will soon follow. The Lego Tower Bridge will result in hundreds of dollars in profit.

Warning For Lego Fans

Investors won't lower the price of a retired Lego Set because you missed out on it. The Lego Tower Bridge will most likely be worth over a thousand dollars in a year or two. Don't miss out on your chance to add this set to your collection. $240 may seem expensive, but as the Eiffel Tower and Taj Mahal prove, prices can only go up when the Lego retires. Don't buy it when it retires. Buy it when it is in retail stores.

How Do You Like The Lego Landmarks?

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    • Camden1 profile image

      Camden1 

      6 years ago

      I think these are amazing. I have seen the Eiffel Tower and the White House lego sets, but I didn't know the other landmark lego sets existed.

    • traveller27 profile image

      traveller27 

      6 years ago

      Neat! I like the Eiffel Tower.

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      C A Chancellor 

      6 years ago from US/TN

      These are so cool! I wish they'd had these sets when I was a child. I loved my Legos.

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