The biggest Lego store in the world has opened in London, with a massive Big Ben replica taking pride of place.
The structure, which includes a working clock face, took 2,280 hours to build and, standing at six metres in height, is made up of 200,000 bricks.
The store is also packed with plenty of iconic British sights and people, such as a red phone box and William Shakespeare.
The opening of the new store, in Leicester Square on Wednesday (November 16) , included the unveiling of a new Lego mascot named Lester, an English tea-drinking Minifigure, plus the first Lego London skyline replica set ahead of its worldwide release in January.
Lego, which has been voted the greatest toy of all time, sold more than 72 billion Lego “elements” or pieces last year.
Loren Shuster, executive vice president and chief commercial officer, said: “We want to inspire and develop children across the globe through creative Lego play experiences.
"Our Lego retail stores allows children, parents and fans to explore the many different Lego products while getting a truly unique and immersive experience of the Lego brand.”
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