Sesame Street

"Can you tell me how to get, how to get to Sesame Street!" bulldoozer21 created a modular Sesame Street building, complete with all of the beloved original characters from the 1960's and 1970's. Some of the Minifigs include Elmo, Bert and Ernie, Big Bird, Groover and Oscar the Grouch.

The Blue Church

St. Elizabeth Church in Bratislava (Slovakia), or the Blue Church, is neither famous or significant, but is very blue. The Jiral designed the Blue Church in its Hungarian Secessionism architecture style (similar to Art Nouveau), and did a great job in capturing its essence in a small scale.

Parisian Alley

Brickenberg continues to his expand Modular Pedestrian Street project by adding a Parisian Alley system. The addition includes a bakery, artist's workshop, cafe, cheese shop, fashion boutique, and another great project. Head on over to LEGO Ideas to see the full plot, and if you enjoy the series be sure to vote!  

Service Station

Ymarilego's latest addition to their seaside village models is a service station. The station has 2145 pieces and has an apartment on the second story. The model also comes with a tow truck and motorbike, and two mechanics ready to fix in broken vehicle.

Lake House

_martiño_ recently came out of the "dark ages" and rediscovered his love of LEGO. His first MOC is a beautiful wooden lake house, built in nearly 3000 parts. The home includes a spacious porch and deck, modern kitchen, a fishing deck and a family of four.