This project is incredible! From Kotaku via My Modern Met:
British collective Brick to the Past built a historical LEGO display that’s probably one of the largest ever made. It’s a recreation of Hadrian’s famous wall at Rome’s northern frontier.
The display has two sides. A Roman side behind the wall with a temple, a bathhouse, milecastles and a beautiful town. And there’s a Celtic side with an Iron Age village, standing stones and farm houses. And tons of tiny features on both sides.
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