Lego Hong Kong Street

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Hong Kong. Vibrant, busy, and one of the most densely-populated territories on the world, with over seven million people squeezed into just 425 square miles.

This means the buildings are tall and the streets are packed, as captured beautifully by Yama Jason in this wonderful street scene.

Depicting Argyle Street in Kowloon – named after a British merchant ship that used to sail from the island – Yama’s diorama is bursting with life, from the fire truck and cars on the road to the dozens of mini-figures crowding the pavements.

Fantastic details and clever building techniques appear everywhere you look, and you can join the bustle of mini-figure Hong Kong at Yama’s photostream via the link above.