.Designed and authorized by Cvanhulle, this MOC-125784 Canal Grande Venice scene model reaches the optimized appearance and playability of the total set. This cost-effective building blocks set is a model of great value to display and collect.
.Contains 10097 premium & rich-in-lustre parts that combine with each other to ensure a firm structure and good hand feel. The easy-to-disassemble parts possess superior quality the same as the renowned brands. According to classification, parts are packaged separately for you to use when assembling, which offers more time and affordable parts you need. Compatible with building block sets of renowned brands in Denmark.
.The easy-to-follow PDF manuals help beginners commence with confidence, by scanning the QR code on the graphic carton, which can be viewed collaboratively by multiple devices, which is very convenient.
.Suitable for 10+, and packaged with a graphic carton, this set is ideal for an educational kit, a collection, or a stunning gift for building blocks set lovers, and street scene enthusiasts etc.
.This diorama is a compilation of some models that have been uploaded before. It’s the final product of a diorama I wanted to make for one of the most amazing and famous landmarks in Venice (Italy), the Grand Canal (or Canal Grande in Italian).
The set contains a little over 10.000 bricks and sits on a number of baseplates forming a 80*48 basis, on which two prominent buildings have been installed to the left and right, with the Grand Canal in the middle, and the famous Rialto Bridge crossing the Canal Grande in the center.
The building to the left is a fully furnished Art Gallery, with works of art on the ground and first floors and a small office with some more art work on the second. A lovely natural looking tree sits on the pavement between the art gallery and the Venetian Lagoon. In the Canal Grande Lorenzo Quinn’s hands have been installed to hold the building as it was done for the Ventian Biennale a couple of years ago.
The building to the right is also a fully furnished building with a pizzeria and terrasse on the ground floor, a record store, that can be accessed from the right on the first floor, and a studio on the second floor.
Rumours were that dolphins had returned to the Venetian Lagoon. It turned out to be false but in Lego dreams this could be true so I added some, as I added some typical Ventian gondola’s to the entire scene.
In this diorama, the Rialto Bridge is positioned behind the two buildings. It is perfectly possible to install it in the middle, between the two buildings and their lagoon facing parts. This is illustrated in one of the pictures on Bricksafe. You’ll need to follow a slightly modified and included instruction for the pizzeria for the first floor window sill, and to remove the hoses at the back of the Rialto Bridge or Lorenzo Quinn’s left hand.
Attention: Rb doesn’t allow me to save minfigure legs and hips in white as it doens’t exist (we all know better), so they’re included in black in the parts list.
.Product Weight: 9000g
.Package Weight: 9800g
.Package Dimensions: 54 x 40 x 24cm
.Packing: Graphic Carton