New Japanese exhibition features LEGO recreations of famous sites
In a world where technology is getting more and more advanced, literally by the day, it's nice to see advancements made in analogue things. Like LEGO.
The Piece of Peace, an exhibition in Japan that celebrates the creativity and skills of LEGO players, had exhibitors recreate world heritage sites. With 40 sites from 27 countries, the number of blocks mounted to over 450,000. From Mt. Fuji to the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the finished pieces were impressive, to say the least. The exhibition goes until August 31st, with the price of admission at 400 yen (four dollars) for adults and 200 yen for children under 12.
Here are some awesome photos from the exhibition. Enjoy your LEGO trip around the world!
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