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These are some more photos of the Legowood skyline
About this creation

This is The Television Studio owned by Lego Conan O'brian.

This is a residential tower. the Legowood Cafe with it's giant guitar is almost visible to it's right.

Once again a look at the Royal Palace that is the main residence for the Royal family.

This is an overview of the Financial and Museum District. The district also has a foreign embassy in light blue, but dominated by the Museum and it's removable glass roof.

This is the front entrance of the National Bank of Legowood

A photo of the side of the bank. The bank also opens up to reveal it's insides.

Main Street is the main artery of the city. At the end of it stands the government offices.

A look at some of the Downtown High-Rise Condos.



if you ever get the sudden urge to play soccer with yourself in a densely populated area then look no further!

A place for the good citizens of Legowood to go blow through their entire savings in 5 minutes.

If you get tired of pizza or fastfood there is now a place to enjoy coffee and a croissant in the 365 days of sunny weather!

The main hub of foot traffic is downtown by the Cinema (the glass front building)and Casino.

Have you ever wanted to see the bricketure of the Earth??? Well now you can from the observation deck on the tippy top of the Legowood National Tower!



Comments

 I made it 
  April 13, 2012
Quoting Balogh Laszlo-Zoltan How tall are those buildings,what is you're height record? If possible please answer in cm-s. THX.
Hey there! The tallest buildings are all over 100 cms high, with the tallest being almost 130cms with the spire. But in Lego speak (5 brick per floor) which isn't relevant in my buildings anymore (I typically do 8 bricks per floor now) the average building height in the city is 7 floors. However we are doing an ENTIRE re-do of the city,and making it to the cafe corner style. This will give more detail to buildings in a realistic manner. :D
 I like it 
  April 13, 2012
How tall are those buildings,what is you're height record? If possible please answer in cm-s. THX.
Ben Radell
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Sam Knavel
  April 4, 2011
This is really good, keep it up!
 I made it 
  November 3, 2010
Quoting Jim Garrett A lot of variety packed into your LEGOWOOD. I see you build skyscrapers too. How about a Grauman's Chinese Theater on Oscar Night? P.S. I see from my trip to Somerset Collection in Troy, Michigan that you have LEGO fan dream job number 2- working at a LEGO retail store! (Job number 1 being a LEGO master builder at the model shop).
Haha yes I do have the dream job #2! As for the Chinese theatre idea I have a cinema but it is a modern design. However I am really trying to create a China-Town in the city, and it will for sure be in the next re-do! And I wish that my skyscrapers could be as good as yours!
 I like it 
  October 31, 2010
A lot of variety packed into your LEGOWOOD. I see you build skyscrapers too. How about a Grauman's Chinese Theater on Oscar Night? P.S. I see from my trip to Somerset Collection in Troy, Michigan that you have LEGO fan dream job number 2- working at a LEGO retail store! (Job number 1 being a LEGO master builder at the model shop).
 I made it 
  September 15, 2010
Quoting Nathan B Great job. It's looking better. I love the guitar logo!!!
Thanks! I've been needing to clean up the city a bit, and it's proving to be a much bigger job than I thought it would be. I built the Legowood Guitar sign about 7 years ago, and it has been in every city that my brother and I have made ever since!
 I like it 
  September 12, 2010
Great job. It's looking better. I love the guitar logo!!!
 
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