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  1. 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.
  2. 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:
  3. Lasse

    [MOC] Amager Resource Center

    This is a climbing wall: And this is the ski lift:
  4. 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.
  5. LEGO House is an experience house, which opened in 2017. Also known as “Home of the Brick”, the new LEGO House is located in Billund, Denmark, where the LEGO brick was invented. 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 1:100. I built it in autumn 2017. I have used the same colors as the LEGO House Architecture set no. 21037. 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 LEGO House) will be exhibited in LEGO House from April 20 – May 13, 2018.
  6. Lasse

    MOC - Lichtenstein Castle

    Amazing MOC with many great details.
  7. Very nice MOC I especially like the road.
  8. Lasse

    The Ruins of Lythell

    Very beautiful MOC I especially like the little ship.
  9. Lasse

    [MOC] Dexter

    Brilliant MOC I remember the cartoon from my childhood.
  10. The Church of Our Lady is a famous medieval church in Kalundborg, Denmark. The church is built around year 1220. With its five distinctive towers, it stands on a hill above the harbour, making it the town's most imposing landmark. The architecture of the church is inspired by the New Jerusalem in the Book of Revelation. In the Middle Ages, the New Jerusalem was imagined as a fortified city with five towers. The central tower of the church collapsed in 1827 but it was rebuilt in 1871. The LEGO version is built in scale 1:100. The real church:,_Kalundborg Link to my flickr:
  11. Lasse

    [MOC] Østerlars Church

    Østerlars Rundkirke is a church on the island of Bornholm in Denmark. The church was built around year 1160 and it is the largest of the four round churches on Bornholm: One theory says that the Østerlars Church was built by the Knights Templar: At the cemetery I placed some fun texts on the gravestones: The real church:Østerlars_Church Link to my flickr:
  12. Lasse

    Lego logo art-ish classic bricks

    A beautiful piece of art
  13. 26 countries built of LEGO bricks: Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Greenland, UK, Ireland, Germany, Netherlands, Italy, France, Greece, Spain, Israel, Turkey, Egypt, Jordan, India, Saudi Arabia, China, Russia, Japan, South Africa, Mexico, Brazil, USA and Australia. More photos:
  14. Roskilde Cathedral (Roskilde Domkirke) is one of the most famous churches in Denmark. The cathedral is the burial site for the Danish monarchs and is known as the church in the world where most kings and queens are buried. Since 1995, it has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. These 7 LEGO models show the history of Roskilde Cathedral during the last 1000 years. The 7 LEGO models are built in scale 1:200. Roskilde Cathedral, year 980 According to the legends, Roskilde was founded by the legendary King Roar back in the 6th century. The name Roskilde means Roar’s spring. In the beginning the village had no church because Denmark was still pagan. Around year 965, the Danish king Harald Bluetooth (Harald Blåtand) converted to Christianity. When Roskilde became the new capital of Denmark, there should of course be built a church in the town. Around year 980, Harald Bluetooth built a small wooden church on the site where Roskilde Cathedral is today. The wooden church was named Trinity Church, dedicated to the Holy Trinity. When Harald Bluetooth died around year 986, he was buried in the church. So did his son Sweyn Forkbeard (Svend Tveskæg), who died in year 1014. Around year 1020, Roskilde became the seat of the Bishop of Roskilde and the church became a cathedral. No one knows exactly how the wooden church has been like. Therefore, I had to use a some imagination when I built the LEGO model. Roskilde Cathedral, year 1080 After the church had been recognized as a cathedral, it was decided to replace the small wooden church with a larger travertine church. It was completed by Bishop Svend Nordmand around 1080. The Danish king Svend Estridsen was buried in the church when he died in 1074. The travertine church was built in Romanesque style, which was the dominant style in Europe in the early Middle Ages. Roskilde Cathedral, year 1230 In 1160, the art of firing bricks was brought to Denmark by monks from the south, and the new material was employed. Around year 1170 Bishop Absalon decided to build a new, Romanesque brick cathedral around the existing one, allowing services to continue during construction. In 1191, Absalon's successor, Peder Sunesen, embracing the new French Gothic style, made significant changes to the plans. The choir was completed and inaugurated in 1225, allowing services to begin there. Some of the stones from the old travertine church were used to build a Gothic arch that connected the cathedral with the bishop's palace. The arch was built around year 1200. It is still standing today and connects the cathedral with the current Roskilde Palace from the 18th century. Roskilde Cathedral, year 1280 After year 1230 the front of the old travertine church was now demolished to make way for the construction of the rest of the brick cathedral. Around year 1280, the brick cathedral finally was completed, but only with one tower. The cathedral was built so it looked like a cross seen from above. However, the cathedral already had got its first extension: Kapitelhuset. The construction of the last tower was slowed by a fire in 1282. Roskilde Cathedral, year 1465 Around year 1400, both towers were completed. When Queen Margrethe I died in 1412, she was buried in her family's chapel at Sorø Klosterkirke. But the following year Bishop Peder Jensen Lodehat, who had been the queen's chancellor and religious advisor, brought her body to Roskilde Cathedral. Here her grave was given a central position in the church. Above her grave the Margrete-Spire was built, named after her. When King Christopher III died in 1448, he was also buried in Roskilde Cathedral. Around year 1460 King Christian I built the Chapel of the Magi, where he was buried in 1481. Since the 15th century, the cathedral has been the main burial site for Danish monarchs. The Chapel of the Magi, Oluf Mortensen's porch and all the other additions from the 15th century were all built in Gothic style like the rest cathedral. Roskilde Cathedral, year 1635 During the Middle Ages, the cathedral was a Catholic church. But after the Danish Reformation in 1536 all Danish churches including Roskilde Cathedral became Evangelical Lutheran. However, this did not change the exterior appearance of the cathedral. But the exterior appearance of the cathedral was changed a lot during the reign of King Christian IV (1588-1648). The Gothic style had become out of fashion and was replaced by the Renaissance style. Around year 1635 the church got its two iconic spires, which today is one of Roskilde's landmarks. And around the same time, the old entrance portal was replaced by a new Renaissance entrance portal. Christian IV also built a large burial chapel in Renaissance style, where he was buried in the 1648. Roskilde Cathedral, year 2016 Roskilde Cathedral function as a burial site for the Danish kings have meant that there have been built many additions in various styles. In the period 1774-1825 Frederik V’s burial chapel was built in neo-classical style. In 1871, the entrance portal was replaced with one that matched the rest of the cathedral, while the old Renaissance portal was donated to the Church of Holmen in Copenhagen. In the period 1919-1924 Christian IX’s burial chapel was built in neo-Byzantine style.King Frederik IX loved life at sea. Therefore he wanted to be buried outside the cathedral with view over Roskilde Fjord. Therefore, a burial chapel for him was built outside the church in 1985. This is the newest addition of the cathedral. The current Roskilde Cathedral appears as mixture of many different styles built in the period 1170-1985 in Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, Neoclassicism and even Byzantine style. Since 1995, Roskilde Cathedral has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. More photos: .
  15. Lasse

    Petra (Microscale)

    Amazing MOC!!! I especially like the use of technic pins as columns.