LEGO Architecture 2019 official set images revealed

Two new LEGO Architecture skyline sets will be coming early in 2019, and fans can now see them in new images.

LEGO Architecture will begin 2019 with two new skyline sets, 21043 San Francisco and 21044 Paris. PromoBricks has shared official images and product descriptions, giving fans an opportunity to see what will be coming within the next few months.
Here are the images and official product descriptions (translated from German):

21043 San Francisco (565 parts)

Capture the sumptuous diversity of San Francisco’s architecture with the stunning San Francisco set from the LEGO Architecture Skyline collection. The set brings together the famous Painted Ladies, 555 California Street, the Transamerica Pyramid, the Salesforce Tower, the Coit Tower, Fort Point, the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz Island in an inspiring skyline. Each LEGO model provides a unique and rewarding experience. This is ensured by the faithful colouring and scale reproduction. While a blue-paneled baseplate represents the Golden Gate Strait, the San Francisco nameplate completes this detailed replica of one of the liveliest cities in the world – a magnificent exhibit for home or office.

21044 Paris (684 parts)

Capture the grandeur of Parisian architecture with this magnificent LEGO Architecture Skyline Set “Paris”. This model features the iconic Arc de Triomphe, the Champs-Elysées, the Tour Montparnasse, the Grand Palais, the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre. Each LEGO model provides a unique and rewarding experience. This is ensured by the faithful coloring and scale reproduction. Lawn and tree areas as well as a decorative Paris name badge round off the overall picture of this detailed replica of the most romantic city in the world – this exhibition object for the home or the office is simply “très magnifique”.

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