What is the largest number of pieces in a set for LEGO, Nanoblock, or any other brand?

I recently bought a 6800-piece LOZ Block set (Chinese Nanoblock knockoff). I was wondering if there are sets in any block size or brand that have more pieces than that.

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The LEGO World Map set has 11695 pieces.

World Map box

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Brickset has a query for sets with most pieces: brickset.com/sets/query-45

Top of the list is Taj Mahal with 5922 pieces.


The obvious update for this question is the LEGO 75192 Millenium Falcon with 7,541 pieces.

I wonder whether LEGO has plans for a 10k-piece set, maybe also the Millenium Falcon :)


Certainly not from the Lego camp, in terms of commercially released consumer sets. As far as I can remember, the Taj Mahal from 2008/9 had something around 5900 pieces, and is no longer available to buy new.

  • I was asking about any size or brand as the one i just bought from loz blocks already has more pieces than that (6800) Oct 3, 2016 at 4:40

There is a 11,800 nanoblock building Neuschwanstein Castle.

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    A picture or URL to official source would greatly befit this answer.
    – Alex
    Nov 3, 2021 at 6:32
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    The box for Kawada Nanoblock Schloss Neuschwanstein says "over 5800 pieces" and does not support the 11,800 figure given in this answer. imgur.com/tZvN1f1 Nov 3, 2021 at 14:03
  • My googling was also unable to find such a set.
    – RSchulz
    Nov 3, 2021 at 17:12

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