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Fans of Lego will likely remember the exhibition in 2003 in Shibuya’s Parco building that featured spectacular models of World Heritage sites made entirely of the children’s building blocks. The Great Pyramid of Giza, the Parthenon in Athens and even an appropriately tilting Leaning Tower of Pisa helped make the show a popular hit.

Now, the Parco Factory and Logos Gallery, both located in the Shibuya Parco Part 1 building are putting on a new show, featuring the models from the original exhibition and 10 more of other World Heritage sites.

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