12-Foot-Tall Lego One World Trade Center Lives up to Its Inspiration

By Mario Aguilar Gizmodo

The Lego Discovery Center in Westchester County, New York, has unveiled a new masterpiece: a 110-pound, 4,873 brick, 12-foot-tall model of One World Trade Center. It’s spectacular.

Steve Plate of the Port Authority, survivor of the attacks, puts flag on model

Steve Plate of the Port Authority, survivor of the attacks, puts flag on model

What better way to celebrate the Fourth of July than with an absolutely stunning replica of the building that represents the indomitable American spirit? In the image above, you see Steve Plate, Director of World Trade Center Construction planning a tiny Lego flag on top of the tower—good practice for when the 1776-foot WTC 1 is finally completed later this year.

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