New LEGO Architecture sets available now

Two new LEGO Architecture sets have been released as the theme continues into 2020.

LEGO Architecture continues to bring new opportunities for adult fans to add real-life locations to their collections. 21052 Dubai and 21051 Tokyo are available now at LEGO.com.

Here are the official product descriptions:

21051 Tokyo

Recreate some of Tokyo’s most famous buildings with this detailed LEGO Architecture Skyline Collection 21051 desk toy. It’s a great souvenir for Tokyo visitors and an ideal gift for adults who live or have lived in Japan’s capital city or who dream of visiting. Even LEGO newcomers can zone out from busy lives and enjoy this relaxing building experience. Iconic buildings This toy construction set includes scale models of TOKYO SKYTREE, the world’s tallest freestanding tower, Tokyo Tower, Mode Gakuen Cocoon Tower and Tokyo Big Sight. The cherry-tree-filled Chidorigafuchi Park, a classic pagoda tower and Shibuya Crossing are also featured.

21052 Dubai

Dubai boasts some of the most spectacular buildings in the world. Now residents, tourists and all admirers of this futuristic city can recreate its iconic landmarks with this LEGO Architecture Skyline Collection 21052 Dubai model kit. Stunning structures! This building set for adults includes scale models of Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building on completion in 2010, the 7-star Burj Al Arab Jumeirah hotel, the Jumeirah Emirates Towers Hotel, plus The Dubai Fountain and the extraordinary Dubai Frame.

Sets have also launched in the Creator Expert, Star WarsDisney, Marvel, Minecraft, Hidden Side, Trolls World Tour, Architecture, Speed Champions, NINJAGO, Technic, City, Friends, Creator and Classic themes.

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