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LEGO® → System → Architecture
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Louvre
21024 Louvre
Item №:

21024

Pieces:

695

Ages:

12+

Released:

2015

Theme:

Architecture

21024 Louvre is an Architecture set released in 2015.

Summary

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Build a LEGO® brick model of the Louvre, the world’s largest museum of art. Located in the heart of Paris on the bank of the river Seine, this magnificent structure, renowned for its striking blend of Renaissance and Modernist architecture, welcomes over 9 million visitors a year and houses over 35,000 works of art, including Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa. The Louvre started life as a fortress, built by King Philip Augustus in 1190 to protect Parisians from foreign invasion, and has since undergone a number of renovations. The result is the architecturally stunning Louvre we know today. This detailed LEGO model features the prominent Pavillon de l'Horloge and the iconic, once controversial glass pyramid designed by the renowned Chinese-American architect, I. M. Pei.

  • Interpretation of real-world architectural landmark, the Louvre
  • Features the prominent Pavillon de l'Horloge and the iconic glass pyramid
  • English/French/Spanish booklet included with details on the design, architecture and history of the building (Other languages available for download at LEGO.com/architecture)
  • Collect the entire LEGO® Architecture series
  • The LEGO® Architecture product line is about celebrating the world of architecture through the medium of the LEGO brick and forall with an interest in design, architecture and history
  • Measures 5” (13cm) tall, 6” (17cm) wide and 7” (19cm) deep


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