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Interesting facts about LEGO bricks:
- The word LEGO derives from the two Danish words “Leg” and “Godt” what means “play well”.
- The LEGO company was founded in 1932 in the Danish city of Billund. Its founder was Ole Kirk Christiansen, who was a carpenter by profession and before creating the most famous plastic construction bricks for children, he used to carve wooden toys for his own kids.
- The LEGO Group company existed since 1932 but its the most famous product – plastic construction toys – appeared in 1949.
- LEGO blocks bought today will match those from 1958! This is due to the introduction of a patent called the “universal system”, thanks to which each block is compatible with all others, regardless of the year of its production.
- LEGO is the world’s largest producer of rubber tires that are used for their toys. In fact, Lego produces more tires than Bridgestone, Goodyear and all other major companies in the tire industry.
- According to mathematical calculations, it is possible to combine six of the eight-studded LEGO bricks in 915 103 765 different ways.
- The very first minifigure was created in 1978, but it did not have face, hair or other special features. Since then far more than four billion have been made what makes them the world’s largest population (if they were humans, of course). And soon there will be more minifigs than all people living on earth.
- NBA Basketball minifigures, released in 2003, were the first to be based on real people. They contained, for example, Kobe Bryant minifigure.
- In 2009, a man living in Surrey, Great Britain built the world’s first full-size house, using over 3 million original LEGO bricks. The house was equipped with a fully working toilet, shower and a full-size bed… which, however, apparently was not very comfortable.
- The biggest commercial LEGO set is the Taj Mahal. It was released in 2008 and consist of 5 922 pieces.
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And the next good news for you is that this collection will be successively enriched with new cool illustrations. Among the available colorings, you will also find the original Lego logo. Also, do not forget to check our short quiz and read fascinating facts about the LEGO world.