The Replica of Las Vegas Made From 24 Million of LEGO Bricks

Las Vegas is one of the world’s most famous and in same most controversial cities. It is known by the gathering points for gamblers and rich people who do not know what to do with their money.

There are a few architectural features which are unique for this place and different from other buildings in it. The project called Legoland California where a team of LEGO artists conjoined to create small replica of Las Vegas from LEGO bricks.

They have recreated almost every significant building in Las Vegas especially those with unique style such as pyramid-like Las Vegas Luxor hotel or Paris Las Vegas. The team who made this replica has used more than 24 million of LEGO bricks to create the whole city. The Legoland California is made to be visitor-friendly and hundreds of visitors visit this place every day.

Welcome In LEGOLAND

Legoland California, located in Carlsbad which is 1 hour drive south of Anaheim/Disneyland and half an hour drive from north of San Diego, built on a 128-acre landscape with Lego blocks in the year 1999, is the only LEGO theme park in the United States. The theme park which is the only one outside Europe, with the original in Denmark (the original place for toy building blocks), and the others in Windsor (England) and Germany, is the third of the LegoLand parks to open.

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This colorful amusement park provides complete recreation to the families and especially to the children. With variety of rides, terrific miniatures, laugh-out-loud shows, everything is just produced with Legos.

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The term “Lego” was coined in 1932 which is a combination of Danish words meaning “play well”; and in Latin it means “I assemble”. It provides an awesome sight-seeing not only for kids but for adults as well, with Lego Elephants, Lego Flamingoes, ‘the French Quarter’, ‘The Cathedral’, ‘the Mardi Grass Parade’, and many more wonderful Lego things.

Via LEGOLAND.