The Walls of Minas Tirith

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The great walls of Minas Tirith have held back the waves of dark forces many times in the history of the Lord of the Rings. You can now reenact these battles with the playset scale version of the walls.

This was commissioned to be a centerpiece of a large battle scene that my client has set up. You too can build these great walls with step by step instructions provided. 

The walls of Minas Tirith stand 27.8 cm (11"), and are 85.1 cm wide (33.5")!
The model contains 2574 pieces, which include the parts to allow it to be attached to a  base plates.

Directions to the Step by Step instructions, open the file. Click the Tool menu, then Instruction maker. You can either follow the directions in the Page Design tab from there or export the directions to a PDF.

More images of the walls of Minas Tirith can be found on my Flickr Feed or FB page

Flickr ->https://www.flickr.com/photos/playwell_bricks/
Facebook Page -> https://www.facebook.com/AwesomeLegoDad/

You can also follow my work on Instragram -> http://www.instagram.com/playwell_bricks/

I am available for custom Lego designs!

(c)2019 Jason Pyett

Minas Tirith wall design complete by Jason Pyett, on Flickr

Minas Tirith WIP 2 - Gate by Jason Pyett, on Flickr



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MOC-30378

Name The Walls of Minas Tirith
Designer Playwell Bricks
Designed 2019
Inventory 2574
Theme The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings > The Lord of the Rings
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