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Presenting the LEGO Architecture interpretation of one of the most iconic landmarks ever constructed The Eiffel Tower! Designed and built by French entrepreneur, Gustave Eiffel, the original 324-meter-tall masterpiece of wrought iron engineering formed the grand entrance to the 1889 Worlds Fair, held in Paris to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the French Revolution. During construction, the 18,038 wrought iron elements making up the towers lattice structure were bolted together at Eiffels factory on the outskirts of Paris, before being transported to the site, hoisted into place by steam-powered cranes operating from the elevator shafts, and assembled using no less than 2.5 million individual rivets. The resulting structure was extremely rigid and over the years has withstood storms, floods and everything else mother nature has thrown at it. Today, The Eiffel Tower is one of the worlds most popular landmarks, attracting millions of curious visitors from around the world each year. With this exceptional model, you can now build your very own 321-piece Eiffel Tower in LEGO brick form and display it in your home, office or wherever you like!
Build your own LEGO interpretation of the iconic Eiffel Tower!
Build The Eiffel Tower a LEGO Architecture Landmark series tribute to one of the worlds most iconic structures!
Interpretation of real-world architectural landmark The Eiffel Tower in LEGO bricks
Booklet included with details on design, architecture and history of the tower (English and French languages only. Other languages available for download at LEGO.com/architecture)
Measures over 12 (31cm) high, 4 (11cm) wide and 4 (11cm) deep
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LEGO Architecture - The Eiffel Tower (21019) is rated
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Rated 4 out of
Eiffel TowerThis is only my second Architecture build, the first being Big Ben, I was extremely pleased with this build! I expected it perhaps to be as thin and as small as Big Ben, but turned out to be completely the opposite. It's taller and 'chunkier'. You also have a choice of having the name plate in English or French, I personally put the English title at the front and French at the back. The model itself is nice to look at and the colour of it works too, in sense of 'play' it is clearly a model for display purposes as this theme is however, I guess it could be used as a background scene for a bigger set?
(Picture shows Big Ben for size comparison)
Date published: 2015-12-28
Rated 5 out of
A Neat Modeltl;dr: Yes, get this set.
It's not too big, and it's not too small, and it's not going to take your entire weekend to build. While the colour is obviously not exactly like the real thing, it's still a great set to look at.
The construction is fairly modular - you'll be repeating many steps 4 or 8 times.
Play wise, the set doesn't have any "fun" features (as expected) as it's really just a model.
The packaging is superior to most other LEGO sets and included is a neat little instruction booklet that's properly bound (not stapled like most LEGO instruction books) and there is also detailed information about the history of the structure also.
I highly recommend.
Date published: 2015-07-13
Rated 4 out of
Lovely little buildSince I started working in a toy shop i've been obsessed with lego but could never bring myself to spend lots of money on one set. When I discovered the Architecture theme I was so excited as I knew they'd make a great addition to the shelves in my room. I decided to get this one as my first Architecture set and it looks so cute!! Took me about an hour and was pretty simple to construct. I would say it's not the most stable thing at the end so be careful when moving it around as mine did fall apart but once it's put on display it looks lovely. It's a great size and looks really cool, will definitely be purchasing more architecture lego!
Date published: 2016-06-29
Rated 5 out of
La tour Eiffel (Eiffel Tower)This is a good quality set in many ways. First off, I thought it was cool because they had an option if you want the nameplate in English or French. Second of all, it is much larger than the other architecture landmark sets. (1 ft) It is a repetitive build at times, and you spend some time at the end of the build trying to center the tower on the base. There are few special pieces (just nameplate and bendable rods for the arch towards the bottom) It was a bit more challenging than I thought it would be but still a fairly easy build. The price is fairly reasonable but, as all of the other architecture sets, a bit on the expensive side. I say just to buy it and give it a try.
Date published: 2014-01-09
Rated 5 out of
Bon chance!A gorgeous model made to really high-quality. The silver bricks give this a grown-up and attractive appearance when complete and it was a really fun build - quite tricky at points to get the parts to pivot symmetrically. The booklet was really interesting and filled with facts about the tower. My favorite thing? You can choose the label for your tower in English OR French. Magnifique!
Date published: 2014-01-01
Rated 5 out of
Not 10181, but........its a very nice addition to the architecture series. The 10181 is the large Lego Eiffel Tower that was retired a while back. To me, it is the definitive Lego set. This newest Lego rendition of the Eiffel Tower is a nice, little architecture set. While it doesn't capture the design of the Eiffel Tower like 10181 does, its a lot more budget friendly and fits nicely in with the rest of the architecture series. The build is creative but not that challenging. If you pay attention, you wont have any problems with the stability of the towers lower level.
I had serious doubts about this set before I built it. I was prepared to offer one of my sarcastic reviews. But, the actual build resulted in me having a much more positive attitude towards this product. I've seen the Eiffel Tower in person more than once. While the color of the set is a bit off, the final result is a nice, fun representation of the actual structure.
Date published: 2014-01-06
Rated 5 out of
LEGO's are agelessThis LEGO product was bought for my son who is over 20 years old. He has always loved LEGO's and building. The Eiffel Tower has always fascinated him, so this was the perfect gift for him. As soon as he got it, he said he opened the box to build. He said it took him 35 minutes to build and brought him pride and loads of memories once it was completed. He has displayed it on his mantle above his fireplace in his living room. It is a great product for those who love building and LEGO's. The only product suggestion I would have would be to add a base plate, some little French people with berets and some tiny LED lights to light up at night.
Date published: 2015-04-01
Rated 5 out of
Fine decorationI would strongly recommend this as a first LEGO to anyone. It's very much fun to build, and I can recommend trying to build it without instructions. The inner parts are obviously impossible to figure out, but it was still great fun.
The tower is a perfect present, as it can be kept as a decoration. It's not too big to fit anywhere, but large enough to be seen. If you've ever been to Paris, it could be a nice memento on your desk ;)
The pages in the manual rip of easily however. So treat it with care.
This was my first LEGO in 20 years, and it hooked me immediately. I'm now the proud owner of several sets and I dream of more :)