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27/02/2013

Hogwarts School made from 400,000 Lego pieces

Lego Hogwarts Castle

(From Gizmodo) Alice Finch has created one of the most impressive pieces of Lego architecture to date: a 400,000-brick version of Harry Potter’s Hogwarts School.

So large that it can fit Daniel Radcliffe inside :) .

It took an entire year to build, which gives you an idea of the complexity of this project.

It’s not only the impressive exteriors, which capture the architecture of the original with stunning detail, but the interiors, which contain many of the key scenarios in the film.

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