Offbeat: with 60,000 Lego, they will reproduce the famous Bayeux tapestry

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Une association de Rouen (Seine-Maritime) a lancé un défi insolite pour les Journées européennes du patrimoine : juste à côté du musée où est conservée la célèbre Tapisserie de Bayeux (Calvados), on construit en petites briques deux scènes de l’épopée de Guillaume le Conquérant. © Ouest-France An association of Rouen (Seine-Maritime) launched an unusual challenge for European Heritage Days: right next to the museum where is kept The famous Bayeux tapestry (Calvados), two scenes from the epic of Guillaume the Conqueror is built in small bricks.

An association of Rouen (Seine-Maritime) launched an unusual challenge for the European Heritage Days: right next to the museum where the famous Bayeux tapestry (Calvados) is preserved, we build in small bricks two scenes of the 'Epic of Guillaume the Conqueror. The free operation continues on Sunday September 18, 2022 and everyone can participate!

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Une association de Rouen (Seine-Maritime) a lancé un défi insolite pour les Journées européennes du patrimoine : juste à côté du musée où est conservée la célèbre Tapisserie de Bayeux (Calvados), on construit en petites briques deux scènes de l’épopée de Guillaume le Conquérant. © Ouest-France An association of Rouen (Seine-Maritime) launched an unusual challenge for European Heritage Days: right next to the museum where the famous Bayeux tapestry (Calvados) is preserved, we build in small bricks Two scenes from the epic of Guillaume the Conqueror.

An idea a little knock-toc by plastic fonduses: reproducing the famous Bayeux tapestry in Lego. Finally, not the 70 m of the embroidery which retraces the epic of Guillaume the conqueror . But two mythical scenes: crossing the English Channel and the Duke of Normandy which loads.

Elodie et son fils Robin s’attellent à construire deux losanges pour la fresque. © Ouest-France Elodie and her son Robin are working to build two diamonds for the fresco.

60,000 bricks

60,000 bricks will be necessary. Didier, the president of the Rouennaise association The crazy British , explains, in our video, the ingenious process to which they use to achieve this little feat. Charlotte, 10, confirms to us that participating is rather easy.

The team hoped that the first table was almost finished this Saturday. It remains on Sunday to develop the second, with the help of manufacturers of all ages!

The operation takes place in a magnificent chapel that adjoins the Bayeux tapestry museum. Free entry, from 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sunday September 18, 2022 .

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