The largest of France’s monuments soon to be adapted into Lego?

After a period of silence around the theme of LEGO Architecture, an announcement has shaken the community of brick lovers: Notre-Dame de Paris Cathedral is about to be immortalized in LEGO.

Lego Architecture 21061

LEGO recently unveiled its latest architectural ensemble, and not the least: a detailed replica of Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris. The set, numbered 21061, has an impressive 4383 pieces. With a launch scheduled for June 1, 2024, this model is shaping up to be the largest in the Architecture lineup to date.

An exceptional model

  • Name: Notre-Dame Cathedral
  • Set number: 21061
  • Release date: June 1
  • Price: $229.99
  • Number of pieces: 4383
  • Minifigures: 3
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The price of $229.99 may seem high, but it reflects the complexity and richness of detail that LEGO has been able to incorporate into this model. This set is a celebration of Gothic architecture, paying homage to one of the most iconic monuments of France and the world.

Notre-Dame: More than a cathedral

Notre Dame Cathedral

Notre-Dame Cathedral, located in the heart of Paris, is a masterpiece of Gothic architecture. Built over several centuries, it bears witness to the evolution of Gothic art. It is a place of worship, a witness to French history, having survived revolutions and wars, and most recently, a devastating fire in 2019.

The reconstruction of Notre-Dame is a symbol of resilience and hope. The adaptation of this cathedral in LEGO not only celebrates its history and architecture, but also teaches the youngest about its cultural significance.

An eagerly awaited project

The LEGO community, as well as history and architecture enthusiasts, are eagerly awaiting the opportunity to build their own Notre Dame. This set promises to be a must-have, both for its educational value and for its beauty when assembled.

What do you think of the upcoming arrival of Notre Dame Cathedral in the LEGO Architecture range? Let us know in the comments!

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Quentin, a 30-year-old writer who's been passionate about Lego since I was very young. I regularly publish articles on the latest Lego news and releases, sharing my knowledge and passion with readers. I'm also active in the online Lego community, where I share my creations and exchange ideas with other enthusiasts. If you're a Lego fan, you won't want to miss my publications!

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