LEGO Education are producing a unique and unusual set to be available exclusively in Panama, 2000451 Panama Canal. The set is comprised of 1084 bricks and focuses on demonstrating the man-made passageway’s inner workings.
Building facilities in the Panama Canal Administration will be released the first set of commemorative pieces of Lego Panama, celebrating the expansion of the Canal.
The initial idea was proposed by Lorena Degracia, founder of Panama STEM Education, the administrator of the Panama Canal Authority (ACP) , Jorge Quijano.
The idea was enthusiastically welcomed by the ACP and Lego Education in Denmark, who started the creative design and prototyping process.
With a production run of just 40,000 and a price tag of $250, this set is unlikely to be cheap on the secondary market.