LEGO Architecture Trevi Fountain

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

LEGO got everyone excited after unveiling the official Batmobile Tumbler kit, and now they plan on adding another set to the longstanding LEGO Architecture series. Say hello to the LEGO Architecture Trevi Fountain.

This iconic structure is located Rome, Italy and was designed by Nicola Salvi while sculptor Pietro Bracci built it. “Fontana di Trevi “took three decades to complete, and unfortunately Bracci didn’t finish construction until 1762. Seeing that Salvi passed away in 1751, the Italian architect never got to see the completed project – which still stands over 250 years later. The LEGO replica features some stunning details which include the statues of Ocean, Abundance and Health, along with those beautiful translucent bricks to mimic the look of falling water. This particular set features 731 pieces, and is set to be released on August 1st with a sticker price of $49.99. [Purchase]

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