Lego Bricosaur Exhibition Opens in Singapore
Everyone is already accustomed to the fact that the Danish company often tries to surprise fans of the “world of cubes” with new projects. But there has never been such a grand event. The First World War has opened in distant Singapore. LEGO Group exhibition of bricosaurs. It features over 60 dinosaur displays made from life-sized Lego building blocks. More than 8,500 hours of work and over 1.5 million Lego bricks were spent on their manufacture.
It should be noted that such bricosaurs have already appeared as individual exhibits at the Marvel Zoo in the UK, and in 2019 they made their international debut. However, such an accumulation of the legendary inhabitants of the globe, which turned out on the territory of the National Wildlife Refuge and the world-famous miracle garden on the shores of Marina Bay in Singapore, has not yet happened.
The organizers of the unique exhibition offer visitors to plunge into the prehistoric past and see the ancient predators, as they say, in all their glory. Almost all iconic dinosaurs are represented here, including Tyrannosaurus Rex, Triceratops, Velociraptors and others. A stunning effect is given to them by the surrounding natural green background, which creates an overall surprisingly realistic “picture”.
There is no doubt that now the national park of Singapore has come under increased attention not only of Lego fans, but also of people who are far from constructing. And most importantly, many tourists and travelers have the opportunity to see the exhibition of bricosaurs with their own eyes, because it will run until May 3.