LEGO Architecture Lincoln Memorial

Jan 5, 2015

Category: Living

Perhaps you’ve built some beautiful towers, tunnels, and weird, what-the-hell-is-that-anyway structures in your days as a LEGO architect, but you’ve surely never built a fitting structure for probably America’s greatest president. Now you can.

Yes, the iconic Lincoln Memorial in now buildable in LEGO bricks. Featuring a removable roof, 36 Doric columns, Abraham Lincoln statue and a nameplate, this set measures 2” tall, 4” wide and 3” deep—perfect for your office desk to show your co-workers you truly care about history. The included booklet contains details on the design, architecture and history of the building. For example, did you know the Lincoln Memorial was meant to resemble a classic Greek temple? Or that it was officially dedicated on May 30, 1922? Or that Lincoln is going commando in his seated depiction? We haven’t ran last one through Snopes, but… hey, it’s the internet. [Purchase]

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