The exhibition took two years to put together. It took 5,000 hours to build, and used more than a million Lego bricks. Unfortunately it had been closed on July 31.
"Les écuries" where the exhibition took place
At the entrance was Napoleon's hat all in Lego of course
The "Arc de Triomphe" in Paris, amazing details !
The "Malmaison" castle in Paris, Napoleon's home and headquarters
Les Invalides, where Napoleon is burried
His last headquarter during the Waterloo battle
The Hougoumont farm, where Wellington won over Napoleon
The Lion's mound
and cute little figures
A huge picture of Napoleon all in Lego, look at the details ....
a harp with stunning details
And finally a picture of Wellington and of Napoleon and Josphine's wedding.
In one corner of the exhibition there was a huge table for children to play with Legos. The exhibition had a big success.
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