25 Famous Landmarks Made Out of Legos

Warren Elsmore, a professional Lego artist, uses Legos to replicate landmarks like the Washington Monument, Arc de Triomphe and Flatiron Building.
By: Mina Hochberg

Photo By: Warren Elsmore

Photo By: Warren Elsmore

Photo By: Warren Elsmore

Photo By: Warren Elsmore

Photo By: Warren Elsmore

Photo By: Warren Elsmore

Photo By: Warren Elsmore

Photo By: Warren Elsmore

Photo By: Warren Elsmore

Photo By: Warren Elsmore

Photo By: Warren Elsmore

Photo By: Warren Elsmore

Photo By: Warren Elsmore

Photo By: Warren Elsmore

Photo By: Warren Elsmore

Photo By: Warren Elsmore

Photo By: Warren Elsmore

Photo By: Warren Elsmore

Photo By: Warren Elsmore

Photo By: Warren Elsmore

Photo By: Warren Elsmore

Photo By: Warren Elsmore

Photo By: Warren Elsmore

Photo By: Warren Elsmore

Photo By: Warren Elsmore

Arc de Triomphe, Paris

Warren Elsmore, based in Edinburgh, Scotland, recreates famous buildings and landmarks out of Lego parts. The former IT consultant, now a full-time Lego artist, uses special computer software to map out blueprints for his more elaborate, life-sized creations. He stores millions of Lego bricks in his workshop drawers, categorized by size, shape and color. Browse photos of some of his most charming, impressive replicas.

Tour de France, Paris

Pompidou Centre, Paris

Parisian Cafe

Colosseum, Rome

Petronas Towers, Kuala Lumpur

Olympic Village, London

St. Pancras Station, London

Tracks at St. Pancras Station, London

Battersea, London

James Bond in a Parachute

Reichstag, Berlin

Trevi Fountain, Rome

Royal Terrace Hotel, Edinburgh, Scotland

Sagrada Familia, Barcelona

Welcome to Las Vegas Sign

Lincoln Memorial, Washington D.C.

Washington Monument, Washington D.C.

Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, New York City

Flatiron Building, New York City

A Brownstone Building, New York City

Hot Dog Stand in New York City

Marilyn Monroe and a Subway Grate, New York City

Himeji Castle, Japan

El Castillo, Mexico

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