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This is How To Get Kids Interested in Politics and Architecture

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This past weekend a certified LEGO Pro stopped by the National Building Museum to work on his all-LEGO version of the White House. Adam Reed Tucker is one of only 11 LEGO certified professionals in the world and he is almost finished with the display at the museum, which is proving to be popular with kids and parents alike. There's a video of him in action as well as one more picture of the project from a different angle. If you want more LEGO fantasticness our Curbed National friends have pictures of the world's tallest LEGO structure in Seoul, South Korea. Over 50,000 LEGO bricks make up the 105-foot tower. Update: The LEGO exhibit will be open through Labor Day, 2012.


· LEGO® Pro Builds the White House [NBM/YouTube]
· Behold the World's Tallest-Ever Lego Tower, at Least For Now [CDC]

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