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Homer’s “The Odyssey” is Epic in LEGO Form

by Shane McGlaun
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If you are like me, you probably remember with varying degrees of fondness some of the books you had to read back in school. One of the books I rather liked was Homer’s The Odyssey; I thought it was a rather cool book. Anything with a Cyclops that eats men and sheep whole can’t be that bad.

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If you are a fan of the classic epic, you will appreciate this LEGO construction by the members of VirtuaLUG of some of the locales from the book. You may notice that there is a bit of “The Iliad” thrown in there as well.

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Among the LEGO sets are Polyphemus’s island, the Gates of Hades, and the Island of the Sirens. Even if you aren’t a fan of classic literature, you can appreciate this amazing LEGO construction.

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You can check out more photos of this incredible build over on VirtuaLUG’s Flickr page.

[via Nerd Approved]

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