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World's Largest LEGO Tower at LEGOLAND California

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  • World's Largest LEGO Tower at LEGOLAND California

    LEGOLAND California Press Release

    World's Largest LEGO Tower at LEGOLAND Californiawww.LEGOLAND.com or call (760) 918-LEGO.

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    We participated in it last year. We were there on the second day and unless you are there on the last day, you don't get to see the thing finished

    It was fun though. We'll have to miss it this year.

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    • #3
      Interesting stuff. I wish I was that good with legos.












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      • #4
        All that's going to happen is that the people in Estonia are going to haul out their 82 foot Lego tower and add a few more feet of bricks to it, taking the record back.

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