The Gates Of Lonely Mountain Made From 55,000 LEGO Pieces

The Gates of Lonely Mountain Made From 55,000 LEGO Pieces

LEGO builder Michał Kaźmierczak found the best place for grey LEGO pieces. He built a huge version of the dwarven fortress Erebor from The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings series.

The project consumed 55,000 bricks, and it took seven months to complete it. But as you can see the 1.5m tall result is truly awesome.

The Gates of Lonely Mountain Made From 55,000 LEGO Pieces
The Gates of Lonely Mountain Made From 55,000 LEGO Pieces

Bard the Bowman and the dwarves meet in front of the gates of Erebor, right before the battle begins of the five armies begins.

The Gates of Lonely Mountain Made From 55,000 LEGO Pieces
The Gates of Lonely Mountain Made From 55,000 LEGO Pieces
The Gates of Lonely Mountain Made From 55,000 LEGO Pieces

Here's a pic with the creator, just to show how big this set really is.

The Gates of Lonely Mountain Made From 55,000 LEGO Pieces

There's also an interior, and it's just as incredible as the front.

The Gates of Lonely Mountain Made From 55,000 LEGO Pieces
The Gates of Lonely Mountain Made From 55,000 LEGO Pieces
The Gates of Lonely Mountain Made From 55,000 LEGO Pieces
The Gates of Lonely Mountain Made From 55,000 LEGO Pieces
The Gates of Lonely Mountain Made From 55,000 LEGO Pieces

According to the creator, a single dwarf statue weights more than 6kg, and it's bigger than the official LEGO Death Star set.

The Gates of Lonely Mountain Made From 55,000 LEGO Pieces

Comments

    Meh, I'd be more impressed if he recreated the treasure chamber where Smaug put all the loot.

    Seriously, it's pretty awesome.

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