Wednesday, May 26, 2021

Lego Announces "World Map" Set with Most Pieces in History


Who doesn't love Lego?  The company is a juggernaut of creativity with sets that celebrate movies, comic books, and other cool topics such as Star Wars.  In fact, last year the company released a Millennium Falcon™ model that has 7541 pieces and retails for $799.99

The Falcon model was a huge hit and, in fact, remains so popular that as of this post it is sold out on the Lego website.  

Now comes word from Lego that they have released a new model that has the most pieces in the company's long and amazing history.  The World Map with 11, 695 bricks will be available on June 1 for a retail price of $249.

This is the *largest* Lego set ever created.  I don't even want to think about how long it would take to assemble 11,695 bricks... but I'd like to try.  The set also comes with pins to allow you to mark places that you have visited, which is a neat idea.  I have a map on the wall of my home where I've got push pins marking all the places I've been lucky enough to visit during my time teaching and lecturing.  It's kind of fun to look at from time to time and remember different cities I've been in.

I think a Lego map is way cooler than what I currently have.  I may have to invest in one of these.

If, like me, you're interested in owning one, head on over to Lego and put your order in.  


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