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Lego’s hometown of Billund, Denmark, is about to see a huge boost in tourism. Set just 10 minutes away from the airport, Lego House is a new 12,000-square-meter playhouse for Lego fans of all ages, including AFOLs (that’s “Adult Fans of Lego,” according to the company’s own lingo). The building, made to look like 21 Lego bricks stacked on top of each other, is topped by a 2×4 Lego block keystone. Seven years in the making and designed by Bjarke Ingels Group, the facade is comprised of clay tiles, to enhance the illusion of a giant house made of Lego. But that’s just the outside; the inside houses a store, two exhibition areas, three restaurants, four color-coded play rooms, and 25 million Lego bricks.

The red, blue, green, and yellow…

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