Germany’s LEGOLAND has one of the more impressive lego models in all the world (35 HQ Photos)


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  • BabyFart Magizax

    Damn that's intense!

    • steve

      their legoland has a miniature legoland

    • MylesofStyles

      All that's missing is the Lego Red Light District, with Lego Prostitutes on Lego Heroin.

    • Baxpin

      For the love of God, watch your step

  • etcrr

    #2 #7 are incredible, but the whole place is astoundingly awesome

    • fs1

      Visit Hamburg for the real thing. Both ships are museums and can be accessed by the public

  • Matt

    I loved legos! I hated stepping on them though…

    • dwide schrude

      *Lego….

      jeez

    • John

      I have 2 todlers, i still play with and step on Legos.

  • Chicago Sean

    I'd hate to have to clean off all the bird crap

    • Turrebo

      High pressure cleaner. Easy. Removes everything but leaves the buildings standing.

  • MisteurX

    And then you fall anywhere and you die of pain.

  • Milling

    denmark is better and original

    • Goldmember

      The Danish Legoland founded in 1968 is great, and have some amazing builds. (44 years gives some time to build more than 4 sides and roof.) I´m not sure if the danish is better, but it´s original through.

      • Goldmember

        Though :$

      • OBIE WAN

        America Lego Land > Germany

    • DaddyD

      It is impossible to assign degrees of awesome when dealing with LEGOlands.

  • snooze

    I got another place to add on my bucketlist

    • 6_Crack_rocks

      they just opened a new Legoland in the old Cypress Gardens just outside Orlando

  • realzoo

    Awesome!!!

  • dashete

    #6 What you envisioned accomplishing when you were a kid, off sick from school for the week.

  • Bob Lee Swagger

    For LEGIT Germany WW2 history, they should make a LEGO Auschwitz, and then a LEGO signed treaty of unconditional surrender to the United States

    • DutchChiveFan

      The Germans surrendered to the Allies..

    • Mr X

      "Lego reproductions of various German cities and rural landscapes". Auschwitz is located in Poland. One more reason for you to shut the f*ck up.

    • Tore

      Actually Germany signed the peace treaty with England in 1990 🙂 Apparently there wasn't a Germany in 1947 to sign any treaties. There were however two new countries, which didnt have the mandate 🙂
      Japan and the USSR never signed a peace treaty and was technically at war until the soviet union collapsed.

      • The_incredible-Dos

        Bob Lee Swagger, you're the brightest light in the lightbulb shop, huh? I think you've just made the first grade and afterward you leave to become an bullshit talking scumbag. Respect, it works. Russia, France, Turkey, Syria and at least the USA also kill millions of people in wars and no fucking idiot cries about that. Think for it and shut the fuck up, noob!

    • Nicnac

      You mad bro… still? What are you, 96 years old?

    • Sam

      In the interests of accuracy, American Lego will now be fat and stupid.

  • KeepCalm617

    #2 #21 #30 – This is all pretty impressive. The whole thing reminds me of Steve Carrell's dead mouse dioramas in "Dinner for Schmucks", turned up to eleven.

  • Fr2xedom

    This makes me want to dress up like Godzilla and Fck some sht up

    • Power

      Godzilla would take one step in this place and cry.

    • https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=35700460 TheUber Geeky Manboy

      Dammit, you beat me too it. The very first thing I thought of when I saw this was "Man I wish I could put on a Godzilla suit and stomp around."

  • https://www.facebook.com/christopher.m.bland Christopher M. Bland

    I'm just impressed the buildings are the same colors. Mine always ended up using 17 differerent sets and colors in the end.

  • driftwoodprose

    Legos are greater than pretty much anything w/o boobs.

    • Tom

      Bacon?

  • Hunter X

    I really wonder if these are actually Legos, or a knock-off. In terms of retail dollars…this place would have a value nearing a billion dollars. Seriously.

    • thedocument

      It's… Legoland. I don't think they used knockoffs to make anything in Legoland…

    • Zoey

      I'm not sure they paid retail prices either…

      • Martin_McFly

        Nope. Not even close. Pennies… it costs them pennies..

  • Jobs that done suck

    "what is my job today?"
    "Build a 6' airplane out of legos"

    • Boobman

      I would guess doing this every day for say 2-3 yrs as a job would drive you nuck'n futs! Just say'n

  • abakala

    #23 Palazzo Ducale, Basilica di San Marco and the Campanile.
    Who says playing games is a waste of time.

  • Anonymous

    #24 I can’t ever look at a train going thru a tunnel with out thinking about fcking your mom.

  • 2Dogs

    I would hate to be the poor bast**d who has to clean all that.

  • POSTdiluvian

    Totally visiting this place someday…

    • Aske M

      what about the originally Legoland in Denmark? You know, where lego comes from.

      • POSTdiluvian

        Original doesn't mean better, but maybe if I had Danish friends I'd think about it. As I don't, and instead have German friends…

        • Aske M

          No no of course not, but since germany and denmark are so close to each other, why not visit the place it actually comes from 🙂 it is located in the southern part of denmark fyi 🙂

  • LucretiusCarus

    Getting to put together all those models must be the most awesome job in the world.

  • Zoey

    How do you keep all that stuff clean? The grime has to build up after time and even the rain seems like it wouldn't be enough.
    Maybe they just pressure wash it periodically?

    • Si1entStatic

      I'm pretty sure a pressure washer even on it's lowest setting will obliterate 90% of whatever it touches here……. my solution would be a dozen small monkey's train to use toothbrushes and Q-tips to delicately scrub everything. Then if one goes ballistic you just re-enact King Kong…

      • LEGOS!!!

        For outdoor models like that they actually glue the pieces together so they are stronger than you think

        • Si1entStatic

          ok but I still like the monkey idea….

  • Katie

    How does one become a professional lego builder?

    • Martin_McFly

      Usually through Build Competitions.

      First you send in a video explaining why you want to be a LEGO Master Builer
      Then if you're selected, they invite you and hundreds others to compete in three build competitions.
      Each Stage you have to build something more complicated, and more creative — oh and in very little time.

      Most Master Builders have studied engineering, architecture, math, or other Left Brain studies.. But yes, you still have to be creative.

  • evihC ehT

    Should have made a lego land IN lego land: Legonception…

  • Martin_McFly

    I get paid to build with LEGO Bricks… and it is awesome.

    • Martin_McFly
    • MusicmanBB

      Actually, I remember seeing a post on Geekologie about a big LOTR Lego build and I think one of those guys was named McFly… or is you're name just a shout out to BTTF?

      • Martin_McFly

        Oh snap. Hard to hide in the Interweb!

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