Recreate Berlin's blend of historical and modern architecture with this realistic LEGO® brick model. The LEGO Architecture Skyline Collection offers models suitable for display in the home and office, and has been developed for all with an interest in travel, architectural culture, history and design. Each set is scaled to give an accurate representation of the comparative size of each structure, with true-to-life color depiction. This set features the Reichstag, Victory Column, Deutsche Bahn Tower, Berlin TV Tower and the Brandenburg Gate, and is finished with a decorative “Berlin” nameplate.
- LEGO® interpretation of the Berlin skyline.
- Features the Reichstag, Victory Column, Deutsche Bahn Tower, Berlin TV Tower and the Brandenburg Gate.
- The included booklet contains information about the designer, architecture and history of each structure, as well as historical facts about Berlin and its architectural heritage (English and German languages only. Other languages available for download at LEGO.com/architecture. Ask your parents' or guardians' permission before going online).
- Features 3 sections of the Berlin Wall with graffiti deco.
- Includes a 4x32 tiled base with decorative “Berlin” nameplate.
- Recreate the world's most beautiful cities with the LEGO® Architecture Skyline Collection.
- LEGO® Architecture celebrates the world of architecture through the medium of the LEGO brick, and is developed for all with an interest in design, architecture and history.
- Measures 9” (23cm) high, 9” (25cm) wide and 1” (5cm) deep.
- February 17th, 2016Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0Ich bin BerlinerI would recommend this to a friend!Purchased for: SelfThis is my first Lego Architecture set but it defiantly won't be my last! the skyline sets are a fantastic idea, the Berlin set is instantly recognizable as being Berlin, all the building look fantastic but I partially love the Reichstag and TV Tower, I have ordered the other two sets in the skyline range (New York and Venice) so I am looking forward to building those as well,Play Experience5.0Level of Difficulty3.0Value for Money5.0Build Time: 1 hrsBuilding Experience: Expert LEGO builderWas this helpful?55Berlin
- February 10th, 2016Average rating4out of 5 stars4.0A finely built cityI would recommend this to a friend!Purchased for: SelfI purchased this model for myself, after having not built a good LEGO model since Christmas. I must say, building it brought me back to when I first went to Berlin in 2012. The miniaturised landmarks of Berlin were very well recreated in this fine diorama; perfect for the desk or for a display cabinet. The attention to detail was very nice, with the pieces representing the Berlin Wall dotted sparingly throughout the set. The only problem I had was rating this model. Its not really a play experience, so I rated it average. That does not accurately represent my views on this. I would highly recommend it. I'd also recommend the TV Tower get its own set down the line.Play Experience3.0Level of Difficulty3.0Value for Money4.0Build Time: 45 minsBuilding Experience: Intermediate LEGO builderWas this helpful?45Berlin
- May 13th, 2016Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0I Built Berlin In Two HoursCleopyra |I would recommend this to a friend!Purchased for: Self... actually, less than 2 hours. I spent another 20 minutes reading the details in the very helpful guide. As as teacher of Social Sciences, I use these things in class. I had great fun putting it together. The diverse architectural styles kept me entertained. The finished product is a sleek, professional looking piece which I can proudly display. I think that the city skyscape series is beautiful. I can't wait to build Venice, and I hope that you (Lego Architecture creators) produce Moscow, Dubai and Barcelona soon! Just a wish.... The only thing is ... this really is not for young children, unless they have a particular fascination with architecture. Well done! I look forward to moving on to Venice.Play Experience5.0Value for Money5.0Build Time: 1 hrs 40 minsBuilding Experience: Advanced LEGO builderWas this helpful?55Berlin
- June 30th, 2016Average rating3out of 5 stars3.0Six year old breezed through this oneMiaCan |Purchased for: DaughterMy daughter has been getting legos as gifts here and there and I noticed that she was breezing through the ones she got rather quickly. The ones geared towards 6-12 year olds with multiple pieces were done with almost no effort and within a very short amount of time so we went into a local lego store and asked the young man to help us find something better suited for my six year old. He was very well informed and suggested I try an architecture collection to see if my little one was ready for something a bit more challenging. My daughter opted for the Berlin one because it had "sparkles" (referring to the glass dome). I figured this should keep her occupied for at least a couple of days. Within 40 minutes of starting this piece, she showed up at my side saying this was way too easy and she was done. She was proud of her accomplishment and i gather she enjoyed building it... but it was really not challenging at all for her. I know NOTHING about legos. As far as i can tell she did everything correctly and the model she completed looks identical to the one on the picture... and i really looked! Could it be that she did something totally wrong here? She says she used all of the pieces that the instructions called for. Can someone who understands Legos take a look and tell me if she did this properly or not? I will attach a picture. Thanks! Also if anyone has any suggestions of a good next step please let me know... I don't necessarily want her spending more time on a lego puzzle but rather have it be a little more challenging (assuming she did this right). Thank you in advance.5 July 2016Jordan - Consumer Services Specialist, Consumer ServicesIt sounds like you have a future architect or designer on your hands and providing new and challenging experiences is going to be your true struggle. While LEGO sets are about following instructions and building within a set of rules, there is also an entire group of builders who Free Build. I believe your daughter might be very interested in free building, which is building without instructions. We have an entire theme geared toward encouraging free building called LEGO Classic. These sets will include an assortment of elements of many different colors but the main purpose is to not limit the builder to one set of rules. I would recommend encouraging your little builder to try building something new, like a spaceship, then take it apart and with those same elements build a robot. This will help encourage her to build with imagination and build without end. Another LEGO product theme that can help the creative juices flowing is Creator. These sets are all 3 in 1 builds teaching you to build and rebuild with endless possibilities. I hope you find a set or theme that inspires and challenges your little builder.Play Experience1.0Level of Difficulty1.0Value for Money1.0Build Time: 40 minsBuilding Experience: Novice LEGO builderWas this helpful?35Berlin