LEGO Colosseum (10276) is the largest set in history with more than 9 thousand pieces

LEGO has just revealed what would be its largest Lego set: the LEGO Colosseum (10276), which would be a scale replica of the popular site of Rome.

We all love LEGO and during these months it seems that the company has not slowed down in the least. They are positioned to become this holiday season’s most desirable item with their sets created as a team with Nintendo and now, above all they make history.

With the creation of the LEGO Colosseum (10276), the company has given life to what would be its largest and most complex set in history, adding more than 9 thousand pieces in a single monumental object.

Making history with LEGO

Through your official YouTube channel The fun brick firm showcased this scale replica of the Colosseum in Rome in all its splendor.

Composed by 9,036 pieces, This article is an important achievement for LEGO, since its own architecture is the living demonstration that there are no limits to the sets that can be created. Just watch the video to get a firm idea of ​​it:

With price of USD $ 549.99 This item will go on sale just in time for Black Friday weekend in America.

The November 27, 2020 To be precise, this set could be purchased; both on the online site and at official points of sale.

The LEGO Colosseum (10276) accurately mimics the architecture of the original Roman amphitheater. With everything and its three levels with columns of Doric, Ionic and Corinthian order.

The good news is that this article will also be available for Mexico and other Latin American markets by the last week of November 2020.

Although its price is still something to consider.