Note to self: visit the largest European Lego exhibition at Porto Customs
Legos, these interlocking plastic bricks that have been around since most of us were children are now on display at the Customs building in Porto. This is the largest European exhibition and it stays on show until 23rd August.
This is certainly one of the best ways to spend special moments, with family or friends and to catch upon recreations of iconic films such as Titanic or Star Wars.
The venue offers more than 5 thousand Lego bricks to recreate circa 100 models in about 2 thousand square metres.
It is worth recalling that this exhibit opened last March, but due to the ongoing pandemic, it had to close doors. The exhibit on Lego made models reopened in June, at Porto Customs and it will be on show until 23rd August.
If you are a Star Wars aficionado, know that the exhibit features models of space ships, characters, light sabres and even the recreation of some of the most exciting episodes of the saga, namely the Coruscant Battle, Trench Run or TIE Fighter.
Your Lego experience can also rely on the model recreation of Titanic, which features a sophisticated ship that includes 500 thousand Lego pieces, which is about three meters high and 11 metres long.
This Lego exhibition clearly shouts "fun" as super-hero fan also have their circuits to enjoy. You will find Captain America or Thor; the Smurfs will also be there, as the traditional Lego models of train circuits (Pendolino, ICE and TGV), robotics and Stars of Sports with Polish football star Robert Lewandowski, for example.
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