León Cathedral is a temple of Catholic worship, the Episcopal Diocese of León, Spain. It is dedicated to Our Lady of Regla.
Initiated in the thirteenth century, is one of the great works of the Gothic style, French influence. Nicknamed Pulchra leonina, is located in the Camino de Santiago.
Due to its construction and its ongoing reforms to the nineteenth century the cathedral was about to sink and disappear, but the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando took over the rebuilding of the temple between 1850 and 1900, leaving the cathedral in the present state, problems had disappeared stability and construction.
The cathedral is based on the design of the cathedral of Reims, having a smaller plant and, differing mainly in the towers are separated from the main front (western gable) giving vision feature that makes it unique. But above all, is known for being the only cathedral in the world that has its original stained glass windows.
The creation is made exclusively in LDD, because of the size of the building and the number of pieces (more than 38000). Attempts have been made to follow scales, being similar to minifig scale.
The creation process has taken more than two months of study, preparation and review of plans, and visits to the building, and more than three months of continuous construction and rendering.