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  1. Shiromaruhime is the Himeji City Mascot. In November 2023 I visited Himeji Castle in Japan. It inspired me to build this LEGO creation of the Himeji City Mascot: Here are some pictures of Shiromaruhime: On the pictures of Shiromaruhime the castle roof is very simplistic. I wanted to build the castle roof with more details. Therefore, I built it based on how it looks in real life:
  2. Mjesinghuset is a house in Denmark. It was built in 1770 and was originally a school. The house was originally located in the village of Mesing near Skanderborg, but is now located at the Open-Air Museum Hjerl Hede. It is a traditional Danish half-timbered house with a thatched roof. The roof is made of binoculars: Minifigure, Utensil Binoculars Town : Part 30162 | BrickLink Photos of the real house:
  3. Lasse

    [MOC] Bukhara in Uzbekistan

    Plate, Round 1 x 2 with Open Studs Plate 1 x 2
  4. Lasse

    [MOC] Bukhara in Uzbekistan

    Sorry, it is not for sale.
  5. The story begins in England in 1940. It was the beginning of World War II and London was subjected to many air attacks. Many children from London were therefore sent out into the countryside, where they were safe from the air attacks. The story is about the four siblings Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy. They were evacuated from London, and sent to live with Professor Digory Kirke at a large house in the English countryside. The professor lived in a very big house. In the professor's house there was a room where there was an old wardrobe. Lucy was the youngest of the four siblings. One day she opened the wardrobe door to see what was inside. Inside the wardrobe was a forest. It was winter and the forest was covered in snow. In the middle of the forest there was a lamp post. Here Lucy met the faun named Tumnus. They were both very surprised to meet each other. Lucy had never met a faun before. And Tumnus had never met a human before. Tumnus invited Lucy home to his cave for tea. Tumnus told Lucy that she had come to Narnia. And he told her about the White Witch, who had cursed the land so that it was always winter but never Christmas. After visiting the faun, Lucy went home the same way she had come. When she came out through the wardrobe, she rushed to her three siblings to tell them what she had experienced. But they didn't believe her. She discovered that although she had been in Narnia for several hours, only a few seconds had passed in England. So, her siblings hadn't had time to discover that she had been gone. Together they looked into the wardrobe. But the portal to Narnia was gone, and there was nothing in the wardrobe but old coats. Lucy was very upset that her siblings did not believe that she had been to Narnia. A few days later, Lucy tried to go into the wardrobe again. And this time she managed to get to Narnia. Edmund saw her go into the wardrobe and followed her. Suddenly Edmund was in Narnia. Edmund couldn't spot Lucy. Instead, he met the White Witch. The White Witch said that she was the Queen of Narnia. She invited him into her sleigh and offered him Turkish delight. The Turkish delights were enchanted so that anyone who ate them would become obsessed with eating more of them. After Edmund had eaten all the Turkish delights, the witch asked him to come back with his siblings. Then she would give him more Turkish delights and make him Prince of Narnia. When the Witch was gone, Edmund met Lucy, who had been visiting Tumnus. Together they traveled home through the wardrobe. Lucy was delighted to tell Susan and Peter that Edmund had now also been to Narnia and that he could confirm that she was telling the truth. But Edmund was mean and lied. He denied Narnia's existence to Peter and Susan. This made Lucy very sad. Susan and Peter couldn't understand why Lucy kept claiming that she had visited a magical world inside the wardrobe. So, they decided to talk to the professor about Lucy. The professor encouraged them to think logically. There are only three options. Either Lucy is lying. Otherwise, she's gone crazy. Otherwise, she is telling the truth. She didn't usually lie and there were no signs that she had gone crazy. Therefore, it was most logical to conclude that she was telling the truth. Susan and Peter were very surprised by the professor's answer. But the professor told that he lived in a very strange house with many secrets. So he wasn't averse to the idea that Lucy was telling the truth. Mrs. Macready was the housekeeper at Professor Kirke's House. She had a dislike for children, and the four siblings were always sure to keep out of her way. A few days later, Mrs. Macready was giving some tourists a tour of the professor's house. To avoid being in the way, they chose to hide. And by chance they ended up hiding inside the wardrobe. Suddenly all four of them were in Narnia. Peter and Susan apologized to Lucy for not believing her. And they got angry at Edmund because he had lied. In Narnia it was winter and very cold. So, they borrowed some of the coats in the wardrobe to avoid freezing. Lucy showed them the way to the cave where Tumnus lived. The door was open, but Tumnus was not at home. On the floor they found a letter nailed to the floor. They took it out into the sunlight to read what it said. It was a message from the Secret Police. It said that Tumnus the faun was under arrest and awaiting trial on charges of high treason against Her Majesty Jadis, Queen of Narnia. The four siblings did not know what to do. Lucy felt that it was her fault that Tumnus had been arrested. But she didn't know how to help him. But then they met a talking beaver. He wanted to help them and invited them to dinner at his house. Here they met his wife Mrs. Beaver. After they had eaten, they talked about what had happened to Tumnus. The beavers told them of a prophecy that claim the White Witch's rule will end when "two Sons of Adam and two Daughters of Eve" sit on the four thrones of Cair Paravel. Therefore, the witch was very afraid that the four children reached the castle of Cair Paravel. And she would do anything to capture and kill them. The beavers also told them that Narnia's true ruler, a great lion named Aslan, was returning after several years of absence. While Lucy, Susan and Peter were talking to the two beavers, Edmund ran away to find the Witch. He was so busy that he forgot to put on his coat. Obsessed with the idea of getting more Turkish delights from the Witch, he was willing to betray his siblings. The witch lived in a large castle with many towers. Inside the Witch's castle there were a lot of statues of fauns, centaurs, dwarves and animals. It was the inhabitants of Narnia that the Witch had turned to stone. Edmund saw the statues as he entered the gate of the castle. But that didn't make him change his mind. He only thought about getting Turkish delights. The witch had some big wolves as servants. It was the wolves who had arrested Tumnus and brought him to her. After the Witch questioned Tumnus about what he knew, she decided that she would turn him to stone. When Edmund went to see the Witch, she was very angry that he had come without his three siblings. He told that his siblings were in Narnia at the beavers’ house and that they would soon travel to the Stone Table to meet Aslan. The witch was very frightened when Edmund told them that there were rumors that Aslan had arrived in Narnia. Edmund didn't get any Turkish delights. Instead, he was forced to accompany the witch out to capture his three siblings. The witch had a dwarf as a servant. He prepared the sleigh so they could ride in it. But after a while, the snow began to melt and the sleigh got stuck. After that they had to walk. The witch, the dwarf and Edmund walked for a very long time as they watched the snow melting. It started to be spring. It was a sign that the White Witch's magic was fading. Meanwhile, Peter, Susan, Lucy and the two beavers had begun their long journey towards the Stone Table. On their journey they met Father Christmas. In all the time that the witch had ruled Narnia, it had always been winter, but never Christmas. But now Aslan had arrived in Narnia. And that had weakened the Witch's magic. Father Christmas gave the three children gifts. Peter was given a sword and a shield. Susan was given a bow, some arrows and a small ivory horn. Lucy was given a small dagger and a small bottle which looked like a diamond. It contained a magical cordial that could cure illness. The snow was melting. It started to be spring. It was a sign that the White Witch's magic was fading. Peter, Susan, Lucy, and the two beavers crossed a river. Peter, Susan, Lucy, and the two beavers arrived at the tent at the Stone Table. Here they met the lion Aslan for the first time. They also met the many inhabitants of Narnia who had come to meet Aslan. There were many talking animals, fauns and four large centaurs. Aslan was the the son of the Emperor-Over-the-Sea. And it was Aslan who had created Narnia in the dawn of time. Aslan welcomed them all. Aslan sent some centaurs out to free Edmund from the Witch. The mission went well and Edmund was freed and taken to Aslan. Edmund had a serious conversation with Aslan. Afterwards, Edmund was reunited with his siblings, to whom he apologized. The White Witch arrived and spoke to Aslan about the "Deep Magic from the Dawn of Time" which gives her the right to kill Edmund for his treason. Aslan then spoke to the Witch alone, and on his return he announced that the Witch had renounced her claim on Edmund's life. Aslan made a deal with the Witch that she was allowed to kill him instead of Edmund. In the evening Aslan met the Witch on the Stone Table. All the many evil creatures who supported the Witch had come to see Aslan killed. Lucy and Susan had followed Aslan. They hid behind a bush from where they could see what was happening. The Witch killed Aslan. After the Witch killed Aslan, she and her followers left the place. Lucy and Susan went up to the Stone Table to see Aslan. But he was dead and there was nothing they could do. Lucy and Susan stayed with the dead lion all night. But when the sun rose, something unusual happened. They heard a loud sound. When they turned around, they saw that the Stone Table was broken in two. And suddenly Aslan stood before them. He had risen from the dead. He said that although the Witch knew the deep magic, there was an even deeper magic that she did not know about. When a willing victim who has not committed treason is killed in place of a traitor, the Stone Table cracks and Death itself is defeated. Therefore, Aslan had come back to life. After Aslan had died, Peter and Edmund had become the leaders of Aslan's army. They were now fighting a major battle against the Witch and her followers. Edmund had shown great courage and had gone to attack directly at the Witch. He had destroyed her magic staff so she could no longer turn people to stone. But he had been badly injured and was now lying unconscious on the ground. Peter had run to save his brother, and was now fighting the Witch. Peter, Edmund and their army were close to losing the battle. But at the last moment Aslan came and saved them. All the many inhabitants of Narnia whom the Witch had turned to stone, Aslan had brought back to life. He now came running to the rescue accompanied by a large army. Aslan roared. Aslan killed the Witch. A few minutes later the battle was over and all of the Witch's followers had either been killed or fled. Lucy used the magical cordinal given to her by Father Christmas to heal the wounded. She also healed Edmund, who had been badly injured. Together they all went to the castle of Cair Paravel. Edmund, Peter, Susan and Lucy were proclaimed kings and queens of Narnia. Inside the castle, there were four thrones on which they sat. A big celebration was held. The next day Aslan was gone, and many years passed before he appeared again in Narnia. But Edmund, Peter, Susan and Lucy ruled as kings and queens of Narnia for the next several years. Some mermaids came up from the sea and sang at the coronation of Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy. Many years later, the four siblings had all grown up. They had gone on a hunt for the White Stag who is said to grant the wishes of those who catch it. Suddenly they came to the place where the lamppost stood. They had not been here for many years, and they only remembered the place in a distant memory. Suddenly they came out through the wardrobe. They were now all children again and were dressed in the same clothes they were wearing when they had entered the wardrobe. Although they had been in Narnia for many years, no time had passed in England. It was the same day and the same hour as when they had gone into the wardrobe. They told the professor about everything they had experienced in Narnia. And he believed them. He himself had been to Narnia when he was a child. They asked him if they would ever come back to Narnia again. He thought they would probably do that one day. But they should not try to get there. It would happen at a time when they least expected it. This is how the story about the wardrobe ended. But if the professor was right, it was only the beginning of more adventures in Narnia.
  6. The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe is a fantasy novel by C. S. Lewis, published in 1950. It is the first published and best known of seven novels in The Chronicles of Narnia. I have built this LEGO layout together with my mother Anne Mette: Link to photos on Flickr: It will be exhibited at Skærbæk Fan Weekend 23. - 24. of September 2023.
  7. I have built this LEGO creation of the Bible story in Matthew 14:22-33: Immediately Jesus made the disciples get into the boat and go on ahead of him to the other side, while he dismissed the crowd. After he had dismissed them, he went up on a mountainside by himself to pray. Later that night, he was there alone, and the boat was already a considerable distance from land, buffeted by the waves because the wind was against it. Shortly before dawn Jesus went out to them, walking on the lake. When the disciples saw him walking on the lake, they were terrified. “It’s a ghost,” they said, and cried out in fear. But Jesus immediately said to them: “Take courage! It is I. Don’t be afraid.” “Lord, if it’s you,” Peter replied, “tell me to come to you on the water.” “Come,” he said. Then Peter got down out of the boat, walked on the water and came toward Jesus. But when he saw the wind, he was afraid and, beginning to sink, cried out, “Lord, save me!” Immediately Jesus reached out his hand and caught him. “You of little faith,” he said, “why did you doubt?” And when they climbed into the boat, the wind died down. Then those who were in the boat worshiped him, saying, “Truly you are the Son of God.”
  8. Together with my mother Anne Mette I have built this LEGO model of Shiva Nataraja. Nataraja is a depiction of the Hindu god Shiva as the divine cosmic dancer. He dances within a circle of flames, which symbolically represent the cosmic fire that in Hindu cosmology creates everything and consumes everything. It also symbolizes the cycle of life. His upper right hand holds a small drum shaped like an hourglass. It symbolizes rhythm and time. His upper left hand contains fire, which symbolizes forces of creation and destruction. The dwarf upon whom he dances is the demon Apasmara, who symbolizes the demonic evil and ignorance over which the sacred dance of Shiva gives victory. More information: Nataraja - Wikipedia
  9. Lasse

    [MOC] Bukhara in Uzbekistan

    Some are from Star Wars: BrickLink - Part 30561 : LEGO Minifigure, Headgear Helmet SW Royal Guard [Minifigure, Headgear] - BrickLink Reference Catalog Some are from Prince of Persia: BrickLink - Part 88287 : LEGO Minifigure, Headgear Headdress Desert Head Wrap Keffiyeh [Minifigure, Headgear] - BrickLink Reference Catalog Some are from Harry Potter: BrickLink - Part 68516pb01 : LEGO Minifigure, Headgear Kufi with Gold Bands, Gold and Medium Lavender Diamonds Pattern [Minifigure, Headgear] - BrickLink Reference Catalog
  10. Lasse

    [MOC] Bukhara in Uzbekistan

    From set no. 7571 BrickLink Reference Catalog - which Contain Part 88291c01pb01 in Dark Tan Color
  11. In 2018 I visited the historic city of Bukhara in Uzbekistan in Central Asia. It inspired me to build this LEGO creation. 500 years ago, Bukhara was an important trading center on the Silk Road. The old town is very well preserved and many of the old buildings still look as they did 500 years ago. The Kalyan Minaret was built in 1127. The Mir-i-Arab Madrasah was built in 1536. The Kalyan Minaret was built in 1127. The Mir-i-Arab Madrasah was built in 1536.
  12. Lasse

    [MOC] Cambodia

    In January 2020 I visited Angkor Thom in Cambodia. It gave me inspiration to build this LEGO creation. It is inspired by the Angkor Thom City Gate in Cambodia. The city gate was built by the Khmer Empire around year 1200. Around year 1900 the ruins of the city was rediscovered and explored by European travelers. Today it is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Southeast Asia. Year 1200: Year 1900: Year 2022: Year 1200: Year 1900: Year 2022: Year 1200: Year 1900: Year 2022: Seen from the back: Year 1200: Year 1900: Year 2022: The real Angkor Thom City Gate can be seen here:
  13. Very beautiful. Great idea.
  14. Lasse

    [MOC] Glendalough Monastic Settlement

    Wow. Very beautiful and recognizable layout. The moment I saw the picture of your model, I could immediately see that it was Glendalough. I visited Glendalough in 2015. The tall round tower is very recognizable.
  15. Tórshavn is the capital and largest city of the Faroe Islands. Together with my mother Anne Mette, I have built this LEGO model of the old town in Tórshavn. The model is built in scale 1:125. It is one of the largest LEGO models we have built. It is 3.15 meters long and 1.15 meters wide. We built it for the LEGO exhibition in the shopping center SMS in Tórshavn, which was held 11 - 23 October 2021. Here is a photo from Google that shows what it looks like in real life: Tórshavn Cathedral is built in 1788. The cathedral lies in the north of the peninsula of Tinganes and is one of the main attractions of the town. Like most churches of the country it belongs to the Evangelical-Lutheran national church of the Faroe Islands. Since 1990, it has been the seat of the Bishop of the Faroes and is therefore known as a cathedral: The bookstore in the old town in Tórshavn: There are many small narrow streets in the old town of Tórshavn: Tinganes is the historic location of the Faroese government. The name means "parliament point" in Faroese. The parliament met there for the first time in the Viking ages when Norwegian colonists placed their Ting (parliament) on the location in 825. It is one of the oldest parliamentary meeting places in the world. Many of the houses on Tinganes were built in the 16th and 17th centuries and are still in use today: More photos: LEGO Tórshavn – scale 1:125 | Flickr