Major Lego Exhibition Opening in Zagreb

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A heaven for Lego fans.

The international Lego exhibition “Invasion of Giants”, with more than a hundred of the most impressive Lego models from across Europe, will be open from 4 August to 30 September at the Zagreb Fair, reports on August 2, 2018.

The exhibition will cover more than 2,500 square metres and will be divided into 12 themed areas. It will feature life-size models of famous figures from the world of sports, culture, movies and fairy tales, according to the exhibition organisers.

The superhero fans will be able to enjoy a reconstruction of Batman’s 7-metre-long vehicle. Batmobile, made of 900,000 Lego bricks, is accompanied by Batman, made at a 1:1 scale. The show will also feature Gotham City, the abstract city which is the site of Batman’s adventures, covering an area of ​​15 square metres and made of more than 270,000 bricks, Batman’s cave, Wayne Tower skyscraper and more.

The model of Titanic, made of half a million Lego bricks in the scale of 1:25, is 11 metres long and nearly three meters tall. The visitors will be able to see the ship’s interior as well. One of the exhibits is Helicarrier – a fictitious flying aircraft carrier of the S.H.I.E.L.D. agency – well-known from comics and superhero films.

The Human Body zone will present the structure of the interior of the human body, and the youngest visitors will be able to learn about human anatomy and physiology. The Sporting Legends Avenue will include figures of tennis player Martina Navratilova, made of 50,000 Lego bricks, and cyclist Peter Sagan.

The organizers have also prepared a special Star Wars zone where they will present more than a hundred models associated with the famous film series. Visitors will also be able to visit the zones of fairytales and superheroes (Batman, Spiderman, Iron Man), a fantasy zone, and an area featuring figures from the world of culture, art and science, as well as buildings representing historical and contemporary architecture (Taj Mahal, London Tower, Sydney Opera House, Forum Romanum).

In the Fun Park, a 400-square-metre zone for children and adults, visitors will find regular Lego bricks, large-size bricks, and other attractions.

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