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Visitors to Legoland Windsor yesterday helped set a new world record for the tallest tower made of Lego bricks.

Thousands of children and their families helped put the final bricks in place to complete the monster structure, which stands nearly 100ft tall.

The tower is designed to resemble a Viking longboat mast to mark the opening of the new Land of the Vikings at the Berkshire theme park.

The park's special events manager, Penny Jenkins, said: "We are thrilled to bring the World Record to Legoland Windsor after four days of hard work, not to mention nearly 500,000 bricks, and it now stands at nearly 100ft.

"It has been a great way to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Lego bricks." The record attempt is awaiting official verification by Guinness World Records. (Full Story at dailymail)

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