Spanning a mind-blowing 2,060 square feet in size, this massive Lord of the Rings-inspired LEGO mini brick build took 50 designers and brick builders 3-years to assemble using 150-million pieces. For those interested, you can visit it at Smaerd Land in Shenzhen, China’s largest children’s museum that is open Tue – Sun. This diorama is just one of the exhibitions at Smaerd Land, as guests will also be able to experience a “Sci-Fi Zone” and “Window to the World” displays.
Whether it be the Battle at Helms Deep from “The Two Towers”, Smaug staring intently at the world’s tiny inhabitants or flags bearing the White Hand of Saruman gracing the sides of Isengard, you’ll find it in this amazing build. The Lord of the Rings has since been reprinted many times and translated into at least 38 languages, so it’s no surprise that the fantasy novel is a big hit in Asia.
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