Legorevival Lrevival return to building my digitally designing one of Rome's most famous building, the Pantheon. The most difficult part of this construction is the dome, which is achieved by radiating sloping elements.
Peter D. P. built a cool version of Arc de Triomphe. The Paris, France landmark is a bit more narrow than the actual ico but still include so great details.
Moritz created mini landmarks of Hamburg, Germany. The tiny models include a seaport, Elbphilharmonie, and St. Michaelis Church.
I always love ZiO Chao's landmark frames, which combine landmarks and iconic buildings into to works of art. The latest builds are the Sydney Opera House and Nyhavn (New port) in Copenhagen.
ilias Hosain posted a creation by their aunt, Rubeena Hosain, of a wonderful model of the Taj Mahal, an international Indian landmark. Though the image is a bit blurry it's not too difficult to see how great of a model this is.
vieirapinto modeled the Vasco da Gama Tower, originally built for Expo '98 in Lisbon, Portugal. Over the last decade a hotel has been erected and is now open to the public.
Joe Gan has built even more models using the brick separator as the seed element. His current landmarks include the Eiffel Tower, Chrysler Building, Mercury City Tower (Moscow), the Central Mid-Levels Escalator (Hong Kong), and The Kaminarimon Gate. I also appreciate the lighting of the photos, which corresponds with the accompanying image.
ZiO Chao's latest framed landmark is Big Ben. Using only a few layer of plates was enough to achieve depth and detail in this framed work.
Landmarks don't come much smaller than this. microbricks created tiny replicas of some of the world's most recognizable places. Such landmarks are from Paris, London, Sydney, and Moscow.
Bruce B. Heller modeled a tiny version of the Theme Building at LAX. The LEGO version of the Los Angeles landmark is made possible by the prominent use of the tail element, which forms the structure of the futuristic building.