World Record Breaking Lego Ship Docks in Trafalgar Square
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The World’s Largest Lego Ship docked in Trafalgar Square last week as part of a UK tour that ends in Dover before setting sail to Copenhagen.
The ship was built as part of DFDS’ 150th Anniversary and consists of over a million Lego bricks. It took 900 hours to construct and stretches 12 metres long!
A time-lapse film of the construction has also been released:
Number of Lego bricks used: 1,015,000
Time to build: 900 hours
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