LEGO® Architecture - Trevi Fountain Landmark Series Building Toy

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Construct a detailed LEGO® brick model of the world-famous Trevi Fountain, the largest fountain in Rome. Designed by Nicola Salvi, the ‘Fontana di Trevi’ took 30 years to build and was completed by his friend – the sculptor, Pietro Bracci – in 1762, 11 years after Salvi’s death. This stunning Baroque monument carved from Travertine stone has been the backdrop for many classic movies, including Federico Fellini’s La Dolce Vita. And, today, over 250 years later, the 49-meter-wide fountain still draws thousands of visitors to the small Trevi square.
The intricate LEGO model of this iconic symbol of Rome incorporates features such as the façade of the Palazzo Poli, the statues of Ocean, Abundance and Health, plus translucent blue water-effect LEGO bricks. This LEGO® Architecture Landmark Series interpretation of the Trevi Fountain was designed by artist Rok Žgalin Kobe in close collaboration with the LEGO design team.
•Interpretation of real-world architectural landmark, the Trevi Fountain
•Booklet included with details on the design, architecture and history of the fountain (English and Italian language only. Other languages available for download at
•Measures 5” (14cm) tall, 7” (20cm) wide and 5” (14cm) deep
•Collect the entire LEGO® Architecture Landmark and Architect Series sets
•The LEGO® Architecture product line is about celebrating the world of architecture through the medium of the LEGO brick and for all with an interest in design, architecture and history


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LEGO® Architecture - Trevi Fountain Landmark Series Building Toy is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 41.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beautiful Build I received the Trevi Fountain set as a Christmas present and I am incredibly pleased with it. The build came together in about 3 and a half hours and the instructions were easy to follow. The build itself was very intricate, as are most of the larger architecture sets, because of all of the small pieces. However, as per Lego's suggestion, I separated the pieces by color and the task of sorting through all 731 pieces became much less daunting. Some parts of the build became a little repetitive but it was all worth it when the building finally came together. The build actually started with the base and water, which included many small bits, but the instructions did a very good job of leading me through it with minimal confusion. The main building came next, which was where it became repetitive, and finished with the rocks and the horses. If I have any complaints, it would be with the rocks and horses. This part of the build, as some other reviewers have pointed out, seemed a little flimsy, especially the horses, which fell apart several times as I tried to put them together. It tries to pack as much detail in as it can and still stay true to the scale and sacrifices some integrity to do so, which, in this case, is entirely forgivable. The final result is spectacular. I love this set and it looks great of my shelf next to the Farnsworth House and Falling Water. Enjoy and happy building!
Date published: 2014-12-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Outstanding set This was my first ever Architecture set and i'm now completely won over. The first thing you notice is the sheer weight of the box, it is absolutely packed with bricks and the accompanying booklet is pretty weighty as it includes information about the Trevi Fountain itself as well as building instructions. The build itself keeps you on your toes as a lot of the smaller rock formations need your complete attention and I ended up accidentally using the wrong gray 1x4 plate in the base (i used the dark gray rather than the light and didn't realise until I reached the roof part of the build) and so to switch the plates I had to disassemble and reassemble part of the fountain. However this wasn't particularly difficult as the base is made out of smaller plates rather than a large base plate. It starts to come together pretty quickly once you have the complexities of the base parts (rock detail and water) completed. It is a truly beautiful set and you appreciate it more and more as the build progresses. My only qualm would be that the clear bricks at the back are in front of the translucent blue bricks, meaning that for the colour to really show you have to backlight the fountain at all times so the blue is visible through the front bricks. And so It may have had more of an aesthetic impact if the translucent blue bricks were in front. Regardless of this, the Trevi Fountain is an absolutely outstanding set: fun and challenging to build and beautiful to boot. A must for all Lego fans.
Date published: 2014-11-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Much Better Than Anticipated When the Trevi Fountain was released I felt it was nice, but was not personally inclined to purchase. In the end, I received the Trevi Fountain model as a gift, and within the first hour of building, I had totally changed my mind. The kit consists of 731 pieces which is quite high considering the scale of the model. The primary reason for this high piece count is the extensive use of smaller 1x1 and 1x2 tiles and plates. This adds to both the intricacy of the build as well as the detail of the finished model. I enjoyed the model designer's notes in the instruction manual explaining the abstract representations of the actual fountain's more subtle details as well as the creative approach to representing the coral/rock formations. The instruction manual also did a great job showing where new elements were to be placed despite being placed in close proximity to very similar elements. The only genuine criticism I can offer for this kit has nothing to do with the model itself, rather it pertains to the instruction manual binding method. The Lego Fallingwater model featured a spiral-bound instruction manual whereas all subsequent Lego Architecture manuals have been glue/tape bound. I personally much prefer the spiral binding, but to their credit, Lego's glue binding does seem robust and should last. For those undecided on this model, I would suggest taking the plunge. The representation as well as piece count make this model worthwhile and quite enjoyable to build.
Date published: 2014-08-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from It's okay. I think they bit off more than they could chew in trying to get a representative Lego model of Trevi Fountain. I've been there and seen it in person. The Lego product lacks the necessary detail. Lots of frustratingly small pieces but, still, detail is lacking. For those collecting the architecture/landmark series, there are better Lego offerings. Not bad, not 'awesome'.......... just so-so.
Date published: 2014-08-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Rewarding experience I'll be honest, this build resulted longer and tougher than I though. Very detailed set with *lots* of blue water bricks. Nevertheless, the resulting fountain is beautiful and a nice addition to any collection. I even showed to a friend that actually visited Trevi Fountain and she recognized it immediately!
Date published: 2016-02-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Challenging and therapeutic This was a gift for our adult son who has always loved Lego. He found the Trevi Fountain model more challenging than the Eiffel Tower. It relaxed him to put it together, - I imagine it's like coloring in an adult coloring book. I recommend it for those who enjoy building models and who like jigsaw puzzles.
Date published: 2015-12-30
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