/* This page will contain an alternate design to the main page */ /* try to understand the syntax, all formating make is some templetes, somewhere else. I could not change it so I copy a page to world change it and upload it as a picture only change is bigger font in main manu and a new row on every lines. If wikspace hav not missing categori I would have say move the hole thing. to some easy editing wiki. Here you can do everything, but it harder to understand. */
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BrickWiki is an open content LEGO Encyclopedia, where anyone can create and edit content about LEGO Bricks. The purpose of this site is to provide a place for new and veteran fans of LEGO to share information, ideas, links, methodologies, or any information. We hope this will serve as a sort of "electronic warehouse" of LEGO knowledge and a gateway to LEGO content elsewhere on the Web.
LEGO Bricks are a line of construction toys made by The LEGO Group, used to construct models and shapes of every variety. The bricks interlock in a very sturdy manner, allowing strong designs to be built without worrying about construction tools. LEGO Bricks are favorites of people of all ages.
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February 7, 2017: BW is shutting down. If you have material you wish to save please do so before March 25th. On that date www.brickwiki.info will be shut down.
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