Apr 29, 2012

Philippine Landmarks Made of Lego

On display at the Northwing Atrium of the SM City Cebu is a 30 x 20 ft. map of the Philippines made of Lego. And more interesting than the map itself are the famous Philippine landmarks rendered in these colored bricks.

This is a fun way to showcase the beauty of the Philippines which everyone (not just the Lego aficionados) might enjoy seeing. The exhibit runs from April 21 to May 10, 2012.

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Paoay Church and Bangui Windmills, Ilocos

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Banaue Rice Terraces

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Fort Santiago and Luneta

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The tarsier and the Chocolate Hills

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San Juanico Bridge, Samar and Leyte

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Subterranean River, Palawan

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The Pearl Farm, Davao

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Siargao Island

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Sitankai Houses, Tawi-tawi

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Plaza Independencia, Sto. Nino Basilica, Magellan's Cross

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The Shangri-la Hotel

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The Radisson Blu Hotel



And of course, after viewing the miniature Philippine landmarks, we had our afternoon fill of pastries and bread at Leona's :)

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1 comment:

  1. I can see my Lego self version at Siargao ;) Great to have it among the top sights in the Philippines!!!!

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