Lego bricks are one of the most popular toys in the world, with which many generations of children have grown up... and adults who have kept the child in them. But it took quite a while for Lego to start extinguishing the "teeth" of imagination and creativity since it was founded in 1932, as it took two fires for children to start playing with plastic toys instead of wooden ones. The first such bricks came only in the fifties. The rest is history.
From 1932, when he is a carpenter Ole Kirk Kristiansen aborted a Danish family business Lego- which has been called that since 1934 - this was a thorny path or, in "lego" language, a path strewn with cubes (you know the pain when you step on it with bare feet, right?). From wooden toys to plastic building blocks with grooves and bumps, it has grown from a popular toy into a gaming classic and is almost indestructible ABS plastic probably the most heirloom toy in history.
On the occasion of the 80th anniversary, Lego revealed that each Earthling has approx. 80 lego blocks, but Lego, like his generation of children, has outgrown itself and extends the activity to the field of entertainment as well (Legoland) and the seventh art (The Lego Movie). And because lego blocks have not been strictly for a long time age restricted, is Lego by series generic topics (pirates, knights, divers, etc.), which are the most popular among the youngest, who prefer to dive into real situations, moved his toy line to fantasy worlds, which have arisen many times according to the film versions, such as Ghostbusters, Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter and Back to the Future. Since they have almost supernatural power, it is no wonder that they have also been personified in characters superheroes from Marvel Comics and DC Comics. And just like this, almost collectible sets, are also dearest. Let's see which ones they are (prices are from the Lego catalog and may vary depending on the store).
15. Amusement park – €119
If you were planning to go to amusement park, but the weather has really "sucked up" for you, then you can make your family happy with this set for about the same price. You have 1746 reasons (read pieces) for fun.
14. Batman: Arkham Asylum – €127
With this set, it's not so much about building as it is about playing with iconic characters in an iconic city.
13. Star Wars X-Wing Fighter – €158
A line of spacecraft is equally popular with younger and older audiences. In the case of the latter, this model is particularly attractive because it is a Lego replica of a ship from the Star Wars film franchise, and in both cases its attention to detail.
12. Town hall – €158
It's the town hall dearest set, which compiles a collection of sets for Lego citiesoh, where you can also place me, pet shop, bicycle shop, police station, post office, etc. At the same time, there are countless other options such as details on streets and parks and other street furniture. If you are a good mayor, there will be money for everything.
11. Simpson's house – €158
Even though it's Lego bricks, The Simpsons is still a release the most caricatured version, which exists. Although Lego bricks have recently moved into the animated world, this is the best approximation of the cartoon world in reality. A must for hardcore fans collector's item. Otherwise, they have no choice but to: Doh!
10. Batman Tumbler - €148
This Batman's vehicle it looks so real that the unobservant eye would miss that it is a Lego miniature. We wrote about him here.
9. Mobile crane MK II – €174
Series Technical it is for slightly older children or for adults who are "big children", as it already requires a lot technical knowledge. And this truck is one of those products that kids want and end up building for them parents.
8. Star Wars Ewok Village – €198
Another Arkham style set to play with even adults when no one is looking. Although more expensive than the aforementioned, it offers a much more detailed insight into life bears from Star Wars (and other memorable characters from this film franchise) as Arkham's to Batman's.
7. Captain Metal Beard's Sea Cow ship - €198
If most of the most expensive sets to date have been inspired outside of Lego, Sea Cow is inspired after the Lego movie, where she is commanded by Captain Metal Beard.
Sand reptile from Star Wars is similarly difficult to construct as puzzles with the motif of the sea and clear sky. 90% pcs namely, they are brown, so despite the instructions, they require a considerable amount of patience. And otherwise 2500 cuts are not cat's tears.
5. Sydney Opera House – €253
If you don't have the money to visit Sydney, Australia and the famous bay with the opera house, this rather expensive set is still cheap compared to a plane ticket. In addition, ge for such a good replica that you will get the feeling, as if you were really there.
4. Mindstorm EV3 – €277
The set you were watching is Lego set of the future. Mindstorm EV3 doesn't just look futuristic, it's built-in infrared sensor and a special cube (the "brain" of the robot) that can we program, so that the robot moves according to our wishes, and we control it via smartphone or tablets. In addition, he can also speak.
3. Star Wars Death Star – €317
Considering how big the Death Star actually is (Death Star) in Star Wars: Episode IV and VI, you'd expect it to be the largest Lego piece. Is not it. Which does not mean that she is not a "star" on the list of the most expensive, where she was placed mainly because of her own 3800 pieces.
2. Star Wars Super Star Destroyer – €317
Lego's Star Destroyer is similar model airplanes, as assemblers tend to display it proudly in the room. It is one of those Lego products that finds its way into everyone's collector's repertoire big fan Star Wars and Lego.
1. Star Wars Ultimate Collector's Millennium Falcon – €396
If you see this product on the shelves, grab it without thinking. It is a great rarity and will be someday (although it is already today) worth a fortune. On the black market in the summer even up to 950 euros. Yes, Falcons are an expensive affair. We Slovenians know quite a bit about this. But this one will be easier to sell, don't worry.
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