LEGO updates its Architecture line with a new London set

Fans of the Danish company will soon be able to build a blocky replica of Trafalgar Square.

In 2008 LEGO introduced its Architecture line, a collaboration with architect and artist Adam Reed Tucker, with two sets: a replica of Chicago’s Willis Tower and John Hancock Center. Eleven years after that debut, LEGO’s range of famous landmark buildings has expanded to include the Burj Khalifa, Washington’s Capitol Building, the Great Wall of China and many more. This year has already seen the addition of two new city sets: Paris and San Francisco. Now LEGO is launching a third European replica, a blocky reproduction of London’s iconic Trafalgar Square. The set (number 21045) has a total of 1197 pieces and includes the National Gallery, Nelson’s Column (complete with 4 lions and 2 fountains), 2 London buses, 2 black cabs and 6 lamp posts. 
The set will ship on June 1st with a £79.99 price tag.


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