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Lego: the ten greatest sets ever.

Lego is an iconic brand known worldwide for its famous building blocks (bricks) that have entertained generations of children and adults.

But some of its sets are bigger and more ambitious than others.

In this article we will explore the 10 largest sets ever made by the brand Lego, from large replicas of famous monuments to epic adventure sets in space.

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LEGO: the 10 greatest sets ever
LEGO is an iconic brand known worldwide for its famous building blocks (bricks) that have entertained generations of children and adults. But some of its sets are bigger and more ambitious than others. In this article we will explore the 10 largest sets ever made by the brand LEGO, from large replicas of famous monuments to epic adventure sets in space.
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Tower Eiffel LEGO®
This is the tallest set LEGO ever made, with a height of 149 cm.
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LEGO® Titanic
This is currently the third largest LEGO set in terms of size, at 135 cm in length.
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Colosseo LEGO®
This is the second largest set ever, with 9036 pieces.
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UCS LEGO® Star Wars™ Millennium Falcon™
This reproduction of a piece of film history has as many as 7541 pieces.
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LEGO® Star Wars™ AT-AT™
Standing 62 cm tall, this set has 6785 pieces.
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LEGO® Harry Potter™ The Castle of Hogwarts™
6020 pieces that make this castle spectacular and rich in detail.
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LEGO® Real Madrid – Stadio Santiago Bernabéu
One of the most famous soccer stadiums in the world, consisting of 5876 pieces.
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LEGO® Art - World map
With over 11,000 pieces, it is the largest set LEGO (in terms of number of pieces).
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LEGO® NINJAGO® City - Gardens
This is the largest set LEGO NINJAGO® ever made with 5685 pieces.
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LEGO® Creator Expert Taj Mahal
It contains 5923 pieces and reaches 43 cm in height: please note, the product is discontinued.
01/01/1970
01/01/1970
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