Wawel Cathedral built for Historyland Lego – MOC model of the Wawel castle in Krakow
A representative monument of Cracow is an absolute must-have in my collection of LEGO castle sets buildings and now it can be also labeled as the biggest model I’ve ever made. Only king-size for Polish kings! I’ve built already two models sculpture commissions of the former capital of our country to honor the city, that is Wawel and Cloth Hall.
I assume, that many of travelers ever wondered about seeing the Middle Ages building in one of the most beautiful towns of Poland. Even I was enchanted by the Lego castle sets, so I decided to go into the project proposed by my friends from HistoryLand. How did that end? You can see on your own on my model filled with the spirit of Wawel and its special residents, who are walking around the castle.
Lego moc Dreams are worth fighting for I always believe that.
Even now, I focus on them because that can bring you a worthy life, if not financially, so for sure satisfactory. This belief led me to the most wonderful project in my life – building Krakow’s Cloth Hall of LEGO bricks. It was a challenging breakpoint in my life and I can be really proud of this, see for yourself.
Model Town made of bricks, contain cool architectural models LEGO Moc
It’s high time to go away from Google Maps because there’s a new invention fully based on advanced programming language LEGO, that show a precise map of model town Puck commune. One sight enough to navigate flawlessly through the whole area without any third-parties!For every foreigner, I’ll describe where the Puck is on the map of Poland. It’s located in the north of our country and it’s distinguished by the Hel Peninsula. Moreover, the neighborhood is known for the great amount of the monuments, which makes that place perfect to reproduce as a LEGO Moc maquette. On the plane, there are over 25 elements enriching the brick landscape and marking the most attractive places in the area.
Buildings made of mini blocks lego because sometimes it takes just a few hours and there’s the Cistercian Abbey in Sulejów.
Buildings made of mini blocks lego, one of them is the order of the local government from Sulejów, precisely the Church from the Monastery of the Cistercian abbey in Sulejów – located in Podklasztorze (currently the district of Sulejów), one of the best preserved Cistercian groups in Poland, which is a monument of Romanesque architecture. On October 22, 2012, the facility was added to the list of Historical Monuments. Thus, since it is an important Polish facility. Saint Thomas of Canterbury church is a three-aisled basilica whose date of building completion is assumed to be the year of consecration of the church i.e. 1232. The structure of the church has been preserved intact. The front of the church is decorated with a Romanesque portal and a rosette. The equipment of the temple comes from the Baroque and Rococo period. Because of the fact that it is a very old facility with an interesting shape, we have found that we can present it in an interesting way using Lego bricks. Nevertheless, such a model is one of these models easy to build from Lego bricks.
Unofficial LEGO sets like Lego Jesus and His Roman Catholic Church
Lego Jesus, that is a Roman Catholic Church designed by Ideo using Lego bricks. Who would not want to have a church entirely made out of Legos in their town? Since forever, each small town seems to have at least one Church, placed near the main square and the town hall. It can’t be missing from any model town! Because of that, we have received an order to build a tiny Church from Lego bricks and had to make it fit in a small area. The extra tricky part was to make sure that one of the walls is open, to allow for an easy access to the interior. Additionally, we had to fill unofficial lego sets the building with tiny details, which are our specialty 😉 A few months later we have finished another, much larger Church – Roman Catholic Holy Parish of Saint Margaret the Virgin in Lomianki, just outside of Warsaw.
Ideo Bricks company makes some cool constructions from LEGO bricks, including such buildings as St. Mary’s Church or the Krakow Cloth Hall. The latter one is a mock model of an average size consisting of 10,000 bricks. Mock models designed by Mateusz Kustra are ideal for your office or house. The dioramas make the space more attractive and provide lots of unforgettable fun for your customers and guests, taking you to the world of LEGO mini figures.