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nanoblock Sites to See Level 4 - The White House: 890 Pcs

#OA58191 - Ohio Art
nanoblock Sites to See Level 4 - The White House: 890 Pcs
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Price: $59.98

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Ages: 8+
Weight: 0.6 lbs

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You don't have to be an engineer to create with nanoblock! With these micro-sized building blocks, 3D models take shape right beneath your fingertips! You will be amazed as The White House is assembled to the tiniest detail. With over 890 assorted pieces, create a detailed replica of the world famous White House. Finished size 6.25" w x 6.25" d x 3.375" h. Includes detailed color instructions. Not designed for children under age 8.

Now you can nano-size the White House. At 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington DC, stands the home of every President of the United States since John Adams moved in at the end of his term in 1800.

After construction was complete, it was expanded many times by many different Presidents. The first to make modifications to the White House was Thomas Jefferson who added two colonnades which were meant to conceal stables and storage. After the building was partially burned during the War of 1812, reconstruction began almost immediately and James Monroe moved in promptly afterwards. Due to overcrowding, Theodore Roosevelt had all of the work offices moved into the newly constructed West Wing. William Howard Taft was responsible for the construction of the first Oval Office.

Since the time of John Adams, the White House had always been open to the public, and until Grover Cleveland's Presidency, citizens would follow the President home to celebrate his victory after an election. This practice continued even after 20,000 jubilant supporters filled the White House after the election of Andrew Jackson, forcing the newly elected President to spend his first night in office in a hotel. Visitation was closed down after September 11, 2001, and remains closed to the general public.

Enjoy a trip around the world with your own micro-sized White House and other unique structures from the nanoblock Sites to See Series.

Warning: Choking Hazard - Contains small parts not suitable for children under 3 years.

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