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22/12/2012

Life-sized Bag End built from 2 million Legos

life-sized Bag End

(From Blastr) Got 3,000 hours to spare this holiday season? Why not stack up this impressive life-sized LEGO hobbit hole you can actually hoist a pint in?

Bilbo’s big-ass Bag End was conjured up inside a New England warehouse by the industrious crew of LEGO Systems Inc. in Enfield, Ct.

Twelve patient model shop employees used more than 2 million “1×1″ bricks for this detailed diorama with Middle Earth maps, working lights in the fireplace and over the bookstand and a chimney that actually smokes!

The table is laden with a feast fit for famished dwarves as Bilbo and Gandalf look on.

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