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World Trade Center, New York City . This model consists of 15,716 pieces. . This model took six months to complete and is my sixth skyscraper based off of Spencer Rezkalla's original design. The towers, however, actually took me two years, off-and-on, to finally get the designs right. The base was especially difficult because of all its different levels, complexity, and the diversity of colors. Because of the high piece count, this is the biggest and most expensive permanent LEGOŽ model I have ever built. Completed August 25, 2010. More photos on Brickshelf that also include new pictures of 7 WTC Construction photos here LEGOŽ Digital Designer files for 7 WTC, WTC Plaza, and 1&2 WTC here Completion of Complex On Januray 15, 2011, I finished the addition of 7 WTC. Thus making my World Trade Center model complete. The entire complex consists of almost 16,000 pieces! Although, compared to Spencer's and Eric Warren's versions, I suppose I used the least amount of pieces. Go figure! The plaza featuring a fountain to the center right. 5 World Trade Center Marriot World Trade Center (a.k.a 3 WTC) Looking up at the Twin Towers. The awning entrance to 1 World Trade Center. The bridge behind 6 World Trade Center which crossed over the road and connected to the World Financial Center. Alexander Calder's metallic sculpture with 6 World Trade Center and the towers behind. Looking down at 1 World Trade Center with 2 WTC in the background. The Twin Towers loom high over the 22-story Marriot World Trade Center.


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