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All 50 American States Recreated in LEGO!

By Boxmash
LEGO Wyoming

Have you ever been to America? Perhaps you live there! It’s a huge country, split into 50 different areas called ‘states’. Every one has a unique feel and different things they’re famous for. New York is famous for the big city and the Statue of Liberty, New Mexico has huge desert sands, and Kansas is where Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz grew up! To show off America’s great states, LEGO fan Jeff Friesen recreated all fifty using LEGO bricks! Take a look at some of these great ones.

First up is Alabama and it’s American Football stadium.

LEGO Alabama

Alaska is really chilly. We hope that angry snowman isn’t real, though!

LEGO Alaska

California is really chilled out.

LEGO California

Connecticut is where the high life is!

LEGO Connecticut

Watch out for the crocodiles in Florida!

LEGO Florida

Illinois is home to Chicago, the setting of gangster film Bugsy Malone.

LEGO Illinois

There’s children in the corn fields of Iowa!

LEGO Iowa

Dorothy’s house got caught up in a tornado in Kansas, which sent her off to the magical world of Oz!

LEGO Kansas

Mardi Gras festivals are big in Louisiana.

LEGO Louisiana

Are there aliens hiding out in the deserts of New Mexico?

LEGO New Mexico

The Statue of Liberty catches a bite to eat off the coast of New York.

LEGO New York

Peanut Butter, Banana, and Bacon Sandwiches are all the rage in Tennessee.

LEGO Tennessee

Loads of great rocky routes to take in Utah.

LEGO Utah

The navy are ready to serve in Virginia!

LEGO Virginia

Washington is home to some amazing coffee shops.

LEGO Washington

You could dig up a real treasure down in West Virginia’s mines.

LEGO West Virginia

Watch out for bears in Wyoming!

LEGO Wyoming

You can see all of these great LEGO creations at Jeff’s website. Did you also see the amazing Banksy LEGO photos he did? Be sure to check them out and other amazing LEGO stories at the LEGO channel.


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