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  • Birthday 07/09/1995

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  1. Roman amphitheatre Inspired by: Colosseum in Rome, Italy (built in 70-80 AD) This building is a part of a series of 21 buildings built in different architectural styles. Each building is built on one 32x32 baseplate:
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    [MOC] Greek Temple

    It is actually a very simple technique. I take advantage of the fact that 1x2 tiles have no bottom tubes. I invented the technique in 2012 when I built these Greek houses. At that time, I had not seen others use this technique. But it would surprise me if I was the first to have figured it out. The Greek houses were part of a large Greek layout:
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    [MOC] Enchanted diamond

    Very beautiful house. I really like the roof.
  4. Lasse

    [MOC] Greek Temple

    I turned her around when I photographed the model because I thought it would look better on the photo.
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    [MOC] Greek Temple

    Typical temple from the Ancient Greece. Inspired by: Parthenon in Athens, Greece (built in 447-432 BC) Temple of Hephaestus in Athens, Greece (built in 449-415 BC) Erechtheion in Athens, Greece (built in 421-406 BC) This building is a part of a series of 21 buildings built in different architectural styles. Each building is built on one 32x32 baseplate:
  6. The Church of St. Michael and St. Constantine is a Russian Orthodox church in Vilnius, Lithuania. It was built in 1913, when Lithuania was a part of the Russian Empire. I visited the church in Vilnius in August 2020. When I came home to Denmark, I built a LEGO model of the church: Here is a photo of the real church in Vilnius:
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    [MOC] Temple of Tears

    Amazing MOC with many great details. I also like the letters.
  8. Lasse

    [MOC] Fabuland

    Fabuland was a LEGO theme that existed in the period 1979-1989. Together with my mother Anne Mette I have built two Fabuland layouts. The first layout is built entirely of LEGO bricks that existed in the 1980s: The other layout is built of modern LEGO bricks: More photos: More photos:
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    [MOC] Teddy Bear

    Teddy Bear: Inspired by:
  10. The Faroe Islands (Føroyar) are a group of islands in the north Atlantic Ocean between Scotland, Norway, and Iceland. The Faroe Islands are a part of the Kingdom of Denmark, but they have their own government. The Faroe Islands also have their own language and their own flag. The Faroe Islands have a total area of about 1,400 square kilometres (540 sq mi) with a population of 52,000. I built this LEGO model for the first LEGO exhibition in the Faroe Islands which took place in the shopping mall SMS in Tórshavn in April 2019. I have previously built a similar map of Denmark: Map of Denmark Vágar is the first port of call for most foreigners travelling to the Faroe Islands, as it is home to the islands’ only airport, Vágar Airport. The island of Vágar has a population of around 3,300. Sandavágur Church is a church in in the town of Sandavágur. It was built in 1917. Tórshavn is the capital and largest city of the Faroe Islands. It has a population of around 20,000. Tórshavn Cathedral is built in 1788. The Magnus Cathedral is a ruined cathedral in the village of Kirkjubøur south of Tórshavn. The Magnus Cathedral was built around year 1300. The ruins are the largest medieval building in the Faroe Islands. Klaksvík is the second largest town in the Faroe Islands with a population around 5,000. Christianskirkjan is a church in Klaksvík. It was built in 1963. Kópakonan is a statue of a sealwoman. It is probably the most famous statue in the Faroe Islands. It is located in the small village of Mikladalur. Mykines is the westernmost of the Faroe Islands. The lighthouse was built in 1909. Suðuroy is the southernmost of the Faroe Islands. Suðuroy has a population of around 4,500. The Salt Silo in Tvøroyri was built in the 1937. It was transformed into a cultural center in 2017. The Smyril Line ferry sails between Denmark and the Faroe Islands. The trip takes approximately 36 hours.
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    [MOC] Belle époche Modular building

    Amazing! This is one of the best modular buildings I have seen.
  12. Lasse

    [MOC] H. C. Andersen's Fairy Tales

    The model is heavy. But I do not know the exact weight. The model is divided into smaller modules when transported.
  13. Hans Christian Andersen (1805-1875) is probably the most famous Danish author. His fairy tales have been translated into more than 125 languages. This LEGO model contains 24 fairy tales written by Hans Christian Andersen. The LEGO model is built by 3 LEGO fans from Denmark: Anne Mette Vestergård, Helgi Toftegaard and Lasse Vestergård. Watch video: More photos:
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    [MOC] Amager Resource Center

    This is a climbing wall: And this is the ski lift:
  15. Amager Resource Center is an incinerator placed in Amager near Copenhagen centrum. The roof of the building is an artificial ski slope, where it will be possible to ski all year round. Amager Resource Center is also known as: ARC, CopenHill and Amager Bakke. The building is designed by the Danish group of architects: Bjarke Ingels Group, often referred to as BIG. The LEGO model is built in scale 1:200. The walls of the building have a very characteristic net structure. I have used around 4000 LEGO Technic liftarms to build this net structure. I’m a part of a group of LEGO fans from different parts of the world who have been building LEGO models of buildings designed by Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG). Some of the buildings (including my model of Amager Resource Center) will be exhibited in LEGO House in Billund from April 20 – May 13, 2018.