Apr 27 2009
One of the largest Lego creations ever constructed is a 16-ft-tall model of an Egyptian pharaoh that looks suspiciously like King Tut. The giant pharaoh stood floating down the River Thames on its way to Legoland in Windsor, England, where it was the centerpiece of Legoland’s Kingdom of the Pharaohs, which opened on March 21, 2009. The pharaoh required more than 200,000 Lego bricks and weighs one ton.
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