Ohio stadium created with over 1 million LEGO blocks


This wise man has proved that hard work and dedication exists outsid Farmville and in the real life. LEGO-Lover, Ohio State University physiology and professor Paul Jannsen took five years to conceive, 2 years to build and 1,000 hours to finish a 1:100 scale replica of the Ohio Stadium. Paul did this with one million LEGOs. The stadium can apparently accommodate 6,000 LEGO people and takes up a total area of 8 foot by six foot. It was tedious work, for him to collect all the LEGO pieces, if bought which would cost him between $50,000 to $75,000. He only used blocks from his personal collection and that traded online.

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Paul hopes to have this unique structure displayed at the University. He can transport it from his basement in 10 different parts, each weighing around 50 pounds.
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