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07 August 2012 / /

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Model of USS Harry S. Truman (CVN-75). Itís about 5 meters (16.4 feet) long and 1.2 meters (3.9 feet) tall. It contains over 200,000 bricks and weighs over 160 kilograms (352 pounds). Itís taken over a year to build. It has electric lights on the flight deck, in the hangar, and inside the aircraft. Movable elevators and radar dishes and a motorized catapult!

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Star Wars Nebulon-B2 frigate

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Fully functional 32-valve V8 engine. Three hundred hours and it contains over 2,800 parts. Complete with illuminated accents, this engine has everything from moving pistons and pulleys to spark plug wires, fuel lines and headers.

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Chief model builder Pascal Lenhardt works on a model of the former Berlin City Palace at the Legoland Discovery Center on Potsdamer Platz in Berlin, Germany, 03 January 2012. The 1:45 scale model is made from 400,000 lego blocks and will be finished on 06 January 2012 while the reconstruction of the historical original is still pending.

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The unofficial Portal 2 Lego Set

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Man-Sized LEGO Millenium Falcon

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Advertising 1987 Lego Legoland Castello

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Massive 200000-Piece Roman Colosseum. Built for the University of Sydney, it shows both the Roman Colosseum from two thousand years ago and its current state

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Designed by Emiko Oye, a LEGO necklace

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(Denmark) Anders & Co, September 1987 Lego advertisement

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Workers rest next to a life size figure made from lego bricks at Legoland Malaysia in the southern state of Johor Bahru on July 26, 2012. Asia's first Legoland theme park dedicated to the popular toy bricks recreates cities made entirely from Lego bricks built on a scale of 1:20 will feature 17 countries and cities from around the region including Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Brunei, Myanmar, Philippines, Indonesia, China, India, Singapore, Johor bahru and Kuala Lumpur. The Legoland theme park will open in Malaysia in September 2012

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A model of a Rolls Royce Holdings Plc Trent 1000 engine, made from 152,455 Lego bricks, is pictured at the Farnborough International Airshow in Farnborough, Britain, 11 July 2012. The replica engine is reportedly part of the 'innovation zone', featuring displays that hope to engage young people in science, engineering and maths. The Farnborough International Air Show runs from 9-15 July.

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LEGO For Adults