Brickman Wonders of the World

The Brickman Wonders of the World exhibition has already been to Brisbane and Sydney and it opened in Melbourne on April 1. More than 50 awe-inspiring are on display, taking visitors on a hands-on journey through history. Brickman Wonders of the World took 4,944 hours to build.

St Basil The Blessed, Red Square, Moscow (71,689 pieces, 320 hours to build)
Ryugyong Hotel, North Korea (36,211 pieces, 97 hours to build)
Sinking Titanic (133,900 pieces, 240 hours to build)
Big Ben, London (18,437 pieces, 94 hours to build)
St Mark’s Square, Venice (21,185 pieces, 119 hours to build)
Mona Lisa, Louvre (27,011 pieces, 102 hours to build)
Leaning Tower of Pisa (41,806 pieces, 127 hours to build)
Flying Scotsman (164,611 pieces, 217 hours to build)
Oriental Pearl Tower, Shanghai (11,260 pieces, 83 hours to build)
Tokyo Subway Map (31,280 pieces, 225 hours to build)
Tokyo Subway Map detail
International Space Station (32,821 pieces, 145 hours to build)
Arc de Triumph, Paris (30,000 pieces, 170 hours to build)
Trojan Horse (9,500 pieces, 53 hours to build)
Macintosh Computer (4,500 pieces, 22 hours to build)
Macintosh Computer detail
Hanging Gardens of Babylon (24,585 pieces, 79.5 hours to build)
Hanging Gardens of Babylon (24,585 pieces, 79.5 hours to build)
Statue of Zeus at Olympia (10,000 pieces, 42 hours to build)
Temple of Artemis at Ephesus (14,517 pieces, 71 hours to build)
Great Barrier Reef (75,000 pieces, 62 hours to build)
Great Barrier Reef (75,000 pieces, 62 hours to build)

The exhibition will open in Perth on 22 June 2017.

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