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Hello and welcome to my next Project/ Idea:
Frankfurt/Main Skyline - Lego Architecture (Frankfurt am Main)
My "Ideas to do" list is growing and growing so I decided to pick someting that isn't a science or movie Idea.I played "Eeny, meeny, miny, moe" with some Ideas to pick the next project to build.
And the winner is/was Frankfurt/Main
Frankfurt/Main is the largest city in the German state of Hessen and the fifth-largest city in Germany.
It is a centre for commerce, culture, education and tourism.
First problem of my Idea: which builing should be included.
And I choose:
"Römer" (German word for "Roman")
"Messeturm" (German word for "Trade Fair Tower")
"Eiserner Steg" (German word for "Iron Bridge")
"Europaturm" (German word for "Tower of Europe")
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I made alternate Versions of the "Roman Building".
Which one to you prefer?
There are so many Buildings I wanted to include but then I have to use more parts.
Right now I used approx 500 parts for the Skyline.
I think thats enough to keep the "pricelevel".
LDD doesn't have all parts included, so I think it could be reduced if Lego would take other parts.
It was fun to create "Lego Architecture"
I think there will be more. (Also a micro scale version)
I really hope you like my creation of the Skyline.
Thank you so much for your support.
Please leave a comment to improve my ideas.
If you like this please also visit my other projects like:
Lego Observatory - Mountain View
Lunar Roving Vehicle (including a Baseplate)
Apollo Lunar Mission - UCS Space History Relics
Albert Einstein in his Office - Famous Scientist and Genius