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Chinese Ancient Palace Micro Building Blocks

Chinese Ancient Palace Micro Building Blocks

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This engaging set is designed to stimulate creativity and offer hours of mind-boggling fun. Compatible with Lego building blocks, these small plastic pieces provide an immersive way to explore the intricacies of palace architecture from ancient China. The set includes a total of 890 pieces, made from ABS plastic; each piece features precision packaging and exquisite workmanship for lifelong durability.

Additionally, this building block set is suitable for ages 18+, or 12+y with adult supervision; we do warn however that it is not for children under three years old. Whether you’re a hobbyist looking to expand their collection or a novice who likes puzzles and challenges, our Chinese Ancient Palace Micro Building Blocks will give you an unforgettable experience!

  • Warning: It's not for kids under 3 years old.
  • Recommend Age: 18+
  • Recommend Age: 12+y
  • Plastic Type: ABS
  • Material: Plastic
  • Gender: Unisex
  • Block Size: Small building block(Compatible with Lego)


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Top 5 Ancient Palaces in China

  1. The Forbidden City: Located in the heart of Beijing, the Forbidden City was the imperial palace of the Ming and Qing dynasties. Built in the early 15th century, it served as the residence of emperors for almost 500 years.
  2. The Summer Palace: Situated in the northwest suburbs of Beijing, the Summer Palace was the summer retreat of emperors of the Qing dynasty. With its beautiful gardens, lakes, and palaces, it is one of the finest examples of Chinese imperial garden design.
  3. The Potala Palace: Located in Lhasa, Tibet, the Potala Palace was built in the 7th century by King Songtsen Gampo. It served as the winter palace of the Dalai Lamas until 1959, when the 14th Dalai Lama fled to India.
  4. The Chengde Mountain Resort: Situated in Chengde, Hebei Province, the Chengde Mountain Resort was built in the 18th century as a summer retreat for emperors of the Qing dynasty. It is notable for its combination of Chinese and Tibetan architectural styles.
  5. The Wudangshan Palace: Located in the Wudang Mountains in Hubei Province, the Wudangshan Palace was built in the Ming dynasty as a center for Taoist learning and practice. It is known for its elegant architecture, beautiful surroundings, and rich history.

The Fun of Playing Blocks

  1. Creativity and Imagination: Playing with Lego blocks allows for endless possibilities for creativity and imagination. Children can use their imagination to create whatever they want, and Lego blocks provide the tools to bring those ideas to life.
  2. Building Skills: Playing with Lego blocks can help children develop important building skills, such as spatial awareness, dexterity, and hand-eye coordination. These skills can be applied in many different areas of life.
  3. Fun and Relaxation: Building with Lego blocks can be a fun and relaxing activity for people of all ages. It can provide a sense of satisfaction and accomplishment when a creation is complete, and the process can be a therapeutic way to destress and unwind.
  4. Social Interaction: Playing with Lego blocks can also be a social activity, which can help children develop important social skills such as teamwork, communication, and cooperation. Children can collaborate to build something together, share ideas, and help each other solve problems.
  5. Educational Opportunities: Lego blocks can also be used for educational purposes. For example, children can learn about math concepts such as counting, sorting, and comparing sizes and shapes, and even learn about engineering and physics through building and experimenting with Lego constructions.