The world's largest Lego snow globe is now on display at Covent Garden in London. Lego master builder, Duncan Titmarsh used 120,000 bricks to showcase the London skyline. The build took about 75 days to complete and features 14 London landmarks, including Shakespeare's Globe Theater, the London Eye and Big Ben.

Titmarsh had his work cut out for him in his effort to beat last year's ginormous Lego advent calendar, and the world's tallest Lego Christmas tree (displayed at St. Pancras station in 2011). So, in addition to making the world's largest Lego snow globe he also had the build engineered to make it snow in the globe. The result is a Lego winter wonderland that's charming and whimsical.

[Time Out]

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