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LEGO 21045 Architecture Trafalgar Square Building Set with London Landmark National Gallery Collectible Model £54.69 @ Amazon
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LEGO 21045 Architecture Trafalgar Square Building Set with London Landmark National Gallery Collectible Model £54.69 @ Amazon

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Posted 13th Feb

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Capture the essence of a historical London landmark with the LEGO Architecture 21045 Trafalgar Square set, containing 1197 pieces. Named in honor of Lord Horatio Nelson following his 1805 naval victory over Napoleon, the square has since become a popular tourist attraction and preferred location for political and community gatherings. This detailed LEGO interpretation depicts the domed national gallery complete with columned facade, Nelson’s column flanked by lions, the square’s famous fountains and four sculpture plinths. Finished with a decorative nameplate, this LEGO architecture set delivers a highly satisfying building experience.

Measures over 4 Inch (12 cm) high, 9 Inch (24 cm) wide and 7 Inch (20 cm) deep.

Contains 1197 pieces.

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- This highly detailed interpretation of Trafalgar Square with a decorative nameplate captures the essence of a historical London landmark
- Features the national gallery with detailed interior, Nelson’s Column flanked by four lions, two trafalgar square fountains, amongst others
- The sections at the rear of the national gallery can be removed for access to a detailed interior with brick-built statue and paintings
- Tree-lined borders, ornate lampposts, two london buses, two black cabs and a tiled baseplate depicting the surrounding roads complete the model
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Seen in isolation....the buildings featured in these Lego models...the Empire State building etc.....really do exude an 'other worldy grandure and size'....built from solid granite and stone...in 1824. Really? Before electricity, cars, tarmac roads, lorries, jcb's? What with, pick axes and shovels and donkeys and carts? Surely not. With a huge basement too.......Doesn't make sense does it?
Does it come with homeless and begging lego men ?
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