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Jedi Temple with Detailed Interior! . At last, I got one of my Jedi Temples in. This is my latest version of the temple in all white bricks. It has a detachable roof and detailed interior. This is the front of the temple. . I built this Jedi Temple on a large grey LEGO baseplate using about 800-1200 pieces. I added a detailed interior and traditional Jedi Temple library with some holocrons in it. I also added a golden Jedi statue. Enjoy! Here's the detailed interior. I used both red and blue holocrons for the vault on the second floor of the library with Luminara and Barriss guarding it. The main power reactor, which powers the entire temple. I had Mace and Anakin train the younglings with the orange Force globe to guide them. This is a small version of the communications tower as seen in "Holocron Heist" when TO-DO breaks open the air vent. Every Jedi needs some time to take a break from fighting or commanding the clones on the battlefield. I personally added a vending machine for the hungry Jedi Bob :) I love how the main hallway turned out. It leads to every room in the temple here. I added a golden Jedi statue which was seen in the main hallway in Episode III. I just used a golden key-chain mini fig holding a lightsaber. My Jedi Temple is detachable and meant for play and display. The roof detaches to allow access to the inside and easily goes back on for display Here's a pic of the detachable roof. Here's a side view of the temple. This is one of the side hallways, with no lights. Here's the top tower of the Jedi Temple, which reaches some thousand feet high. And this is the last pic, the back of the temple. Thanks for looking! If you have the time, please comment and/or rate. Happy Building!

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