So, how often do you think about the Romans? If the awnser is often, this might just be the perfect LEGO Ideas entry for you.
I’m not sure if the recent social media trend has inspired this entry but it’s already quite popular. And with good reason. Roman architecture remains iconic and easy to recognize. It’s almost surprising LEGO has produced so few sets with a Roman theme. Luckily there are great MOC builders and LEGO Ideas entries to make up for this.
This entry shows a temple on the Forum, a triumphal arch next to it and an aqueduct in the background. The colour scheme is mostly white, gold and dark red as can be expected from a Roman Era build. The build as entered uses 1776 pieces and features 6 minifigures. These consist of a Senator, a woman of nobility, a Centurion, 2 Legionaries and the final figure is used as a statue tributing a former emperror.
The statue is placed within the temple and can easily be accessed with the removable roof.
The creator of this entry has made quite a good display piece celebrating the Romans and their contributions in infrastructure. There’s quite a few important references making this both a good looking build and educational as well.
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