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In 2008, LEGO released an exclusive Creator model of the Taj Mahal, with 5922 pieces, the most in a commercial LEGO set. It is no longer available at the LEGO Shop, but it's still commercially available from other retailers. Here's its Amazon product page.


Actual Minifigures In Space There have been a number of videos posted from the ISS mission, where we can clearly see one of the astronauts (Satoshi Furukawa) on the station holding a model with some minifigures: On the Gallery Pages they list out "Working and living in space - This is the LEGO models shown in the videos" In the shots there are there are ...


The Super Star Destroyer, with 3152 pieces, is nearly 50 inches (124.5 cm) long and weighs nearly 8 pounds (3.5kg): While the Ultimate Collectors Edition Millennium Falcon had over 5000 pieces, and was 33" long, 22" wide and 8" tall! (84cm long x 56cm wide x 21cm tall), and was officially advertised as the biggest set ever made - it was almost exactly to ...


This house is the biggest lego ever built unless proven otherwise. I searched a bit and could not find anything using more bricks. Here are some other project falling short from the 3.3 millions bricks : Shopville Le Gru,Grugliasco (Italy), 1.5km long, using 2,901,760 bricks, 13 February 2005 LEGO Millyard Project at SEE Science Center in Manchester, 3 ...


It depends what you mean by 'construction'. The largest construction project would probably be one of the LEGOLAND Theme Parks. The miniland part of the Windsor park alone has 40 million bricks. James May's Toy Story LEGO home was made with 3.3 million bricks although some of the bricks accounted for the separate models made to furnish the home.


In terms of height, I think the Eiffel Tower is unmatched, standing at 1 meter tall on a base of 50x50cm. When looking at the picture below, keep in mind a cat can easily pass under the arches: The parts count, at 3428, isn't too bad either.


according to this NASA-article: at least 3 - the minifigs of galileo galilei, the god jupiter and his wife juno. NASA's Jupiter-bound Juno spacecraft will carry the 1.5-inch likeness of Galileo Galilei, the Roman god Jupiter and his wife Juno to Jupiter when the spacecraft launches this Friday, Aug. 5 [2011].


Actually, I think the correct answer to that is "none". While two Astrobots, Sandy Moondust and Biff Sterling were designed to follow the adventure of the two Mars exploration rovers, these only contained pictures of them, not actual minifigs. So this leaves us with the three custom-built aluminium minifigs of the JUNO spacecraft, but considering these as ...

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