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LEGO Architecture Great Wall of China (21041) Review

LEGO Architecture Great Wall of China (21041)

The summer 2018 LEGO Architecture are set to be released soon and I’ve already reviewed the Statue of Liberty (21042) and the other set that I’ll be taking a look at is the Great Wall of China (21041). The 551 piece set will retail for $49.99 and will be available in August. The contents of the box include five unnumbered bags and the instruction booklet.

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LEGO Architecture Statue of Liberty (21042) Review

LEGO Architecture Statue of Liberty (21042)

The Statue of Liberty is one of the most famous landmarks in the world and LEGO has released several iterations of the structure throughout the years and the latest one is the summer 2018 LEGO Architecture 21042 set. It has 1,685 pieces and retails for $119.99 and will be available starting on June 1.

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LEGO Architecture Summer 2018 Official Set Images

LEGO Architecture Great Wall of China (21041)

We finally have official images of the summer 2018 wave of LEGO Architecture sets thanks to Zusammengebaut who found the images from German retailer Alternate. There are two sets in the wave, the Great Wall of China and Statue of Liberty but minus Las Vegas which got delayed.


Great Wall of China (21041)

LEGO Architecture Great Wall of China (21041)

LEGO Architecture Great Wall of China (21041)

LEGO Architecture Great Wall of China (21041)

LEGO Architecture Great Wall of China (21041)


Statue of Liberty (21042)

LEGO Architecture Statue of Liberty (21042)

LEGO Architecture Statue of Liberty (21042)

LEGO Architecture Statue of Liberty (21042)

LEGO Architecture Statue of Liberty (21042)

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LEGO Architecture Shanghai (21039) Review

LEGO Architecture Shanghai (21039)

Currently the only LEGO Architecture set has been released for 2018 is for one of the world’s most populous cities, Shanghai (21039). This set is also part of the third wave of the Skyline subtheme for the Architecture line. The set contains 597 pieces and retails for $59.99 but as of this writing, Amazon has it on sale for 20% off.

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LEGO Architecture Las Vegas (21038) to be Redesigned

LEGO Architecture Las Vegas (21038)

Last week, we got the official box art image of the LEGO Architecture Las Vegas (21038) set which was delayed in its release. That box art will no longer be used and there’s some new information from Promobricks at the 2018 Nuremberg Toy Fair that the set has now been pushed back to a fall release. This is because the set will be redesigned to remove the Mandalay Bay Hotel and replace it with another building due to the events that happened at the hotel last year.

What building would you like to see replace the Mandalay Bay Hotel in the LEGO Architecture Las Vegas (21308) set?

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LEGO Architecture 2018 Set News from Nuremberg Toy Fair

There is some new information about some upcoming summer 2018 LEGO Architecture sets that have come out of the Nuremberg Toy Fair. Zusammengebaut is reporting on some hand written notes that there are two sets coming this summer, the Great Wall of China (21041) which will have 551 pieces and cost 49.99 Euros and the Statue of Liberty (21042) will have 1,685 pieces and cost 99.99 Euros.

The reason of the notes and not images of the set is because LEGO has been showing off limited sets and has restricted photography but nobody said note taking was not allowed. As for the sets themselves, I’m very curious to see how LEGO will recreate these two iconic structures.

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LEGO Architecture Las Vegas (21038) Official Image

LEGO Architecture Las Vegas (21038)

Last night, I reported on some of the details for the LEGO Architecture Las Vegas (21038) skyline set and now we have the official image of the set courtesy of Promobricks. As I mentioned before, the set will consist of the Welcome to Las Vegas sign, the Mandalay Bay Hotel, the Luxor Hotel, the Encore Hotel, the Stratosphere Tower, and the Fremont Street Experience. As far as the building choices are concerned, I feel there are much more iconic buildings that LEGO could have used and there are too many to list off.

The set will have 487 pieces and retail for €39.99 and it also includes a printed 1×2 tile of the Welcome to the Fabulous Las Vegas Nevada sign as well as the 1×8 tile of the set. The release date is still up in the air due to the events at the Mandalay Bay last year causing it to be delayed. I’ll let you know when it becomes available.

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