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Pictures from Star Wars Miniland in Billund, Denmark

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I went to LEGOLAND in Denmark this summer, and of course I took a lot of pictures - especially of the newly opened "Star Wars Miniland"

enjoy the photos

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Here are some additional pictures, I took (non-Star Wars)

oh, and btw: I made a similar thread a couple of years ago with many pictures from the Billund Miniland - you can find it in the "General Discussion" forum

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Nice! There is some nice piece usage there! Is the pattern on the shield bunker supposed to be there?

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Cool pictures you took. Do you have anymore close ups? Thanks for sharing. :thumbup: :thumbup:

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Looks very nice! I have to go ;) Although I must admit that miniland scale sometimes looks a bit generic - the creators often rely in a voxel technique which can seem a bit bland :)

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WOW! That is superb. Even the minifigures are made of bricks (a sort of Lego's version of Cubedudes). My most favourite is the Mos Eisley cantina scene, especially the Tusken Raiders and their beasts. Why can't Lego bring out a set like that for us?

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I like some things, but not the others...for example, I really like the Battle of Naboo, but there are too many Endor commandos.

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WOW! I literally drooled on my keyboard looking at all these builds AT THIS SCALE! A lot of people who don't build this size don't realize just how much more time, work, and pieces go into building things like this. Thanks so much for sharing these pics! :wub:

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Wow just amazing, must of been a lot of fun to be there, thanks for the pictures :classic:

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Cool pictures!

I really like the outstanding detail on the AT-AT walkers and the Christophsos Battle scene :thumbup:

Thanks for the pictures :wink:

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WOW! That is superb. Even the minifigures are made of bricks (a sort of Lego's version of Cubedudes). My most favourite is the Mos Eisley cantina scene, especially the Tusken Raiders and their beasts. Why can't Lego bring out a set like that for us?

They're called Miniland scale.

WOW! I literally drooled on my keyboard looking at all these builds AT THIS SCALE! A lot of people who don't build this size don't realize just how much more time, work, and pieces go into building things like this. Thanks so much for sharing these pics! :wub:

I knew you'd be drooling over this. I first thought, oh man Moods gonna be jealous! :tongue:

Great pictures! This stuff is just so impressive. That's why I'm itching to get to Legoland here in California, just to ogle over the displays.

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WOW... the SW mini's weren't there 2 years ago. Amazing.

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I'll try to edit my original photos, so we can see some details more up close.

Hang tight

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Haha, no actually not - oh well Star Wars rules, so we can always use more pictures from Miniland :)

edit: awesome topics you've linked to... Star Wars fans go a long way in order to share experiences and info on their favourite movies :thumbup:

I'm editing my pictures, so the important parts of each picture is zoomed in on

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The more the merrier - great pics are always welcome. :classic:

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The more the merrier - great pics are always welcome. :classic:

Especially when it's LEGO

here we have some close ups of from Star Wars Miniland, Billund:

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That was the last ones - sorry for creating the topic before checking the older topics with the excellent videos and pictures. :sweet:

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Most of those creations are really great. Although they are mainly made out of stacked bricks and plates, most of them still look good. The Bantha is probably my favorite, those horns are great.

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Thanks for sharing, I appreciate these personal Legoland shots. I can pretend they are the photo's from my visit seeing as it will be a long time before I set foot in a Legoland in person.

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Most of those creations are really great. Although they are mainly made out of stacked bricks and plates, most of them still look good. The Bantha is probably my favorite, those horns are great.

I must agree Hollander. The Bantha is great as well as the Hoth scene.:thumbup: :thumbup:

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