The world’s largest LEGO snow globe dazzles London’s Covent Garden Piazza

UK’s master LEGO artist Duncan Titmarsh, credited for building the world’s tallest LEGO Christmas tree and the massive LEGO advent calendar that awed everybody last year, has come up with the world’s largest LEGO snow globe in London this year just before the festive season kicks-off. Put on display at London’s Covent Garden; The giant-sized snow globe features LEGO sculptures of 14 London landmarks fitted with LED lights, including the London Eye, Big Ben, Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, Covent Garden Piazza The Shard.

It took 75 days and 120,000 LEGO bricks to build the Snow Globe, and it’ll be on display throughout the holiday season at the Covent Garden. The miniature London skyline is encased inside an inflatable plastic dome spangled with glittering fake snow. It stands over eight feet and brightens up Covent Garden at night.

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