LEGO model of the Acropolis donated to the Acropolis Museum by Sydney University

A beautiful model of the Acropolis and its environs that was built at Sydney University  has been given as a gift to Greece’s Acropolis Museum in Athens where it is attracting more visitors than the real thing.
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Of course the Acropolis has been a popular subject for LEGO artists over the years and when searching for the images above I came across this version, a more contemporary look:

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BUT– I also discovered evidence that building an Acropolis out of LEGOs is apparently much older than one might think:

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