Results for - It's A Small, Small World After All

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1. When Victoria, British Columbia hotel bellman Glenn Waddingham was out of work during the COVID-19 pandemic, he missed his job so much, and decided to express his love for his work -- and workplace -- in a unique way. He began to create a detailed Lego model of his beloved Chateau Victoria Hotel, down to the tiniest detail. . He used more than 62,000 Lego bricks and figurines — including managers, kids with ice cream cones and a seagull on the roof. It took him a total of 525 hours, working on it even as the hotel returned to normal. When he completed the project in June, the hotel's general manager agreed to display it in a glass case in the lobby for everyone to enjoy. Have you ever seen a recreation in Lego that was so detailed?

No, it's incredible
33%
748 votes
I've seen recreations as detailed as this
17%
384 votes
Not sure
20%
471 votes
Have never seen any Lego recreations
30%
697 votes
Have you ever seen any of the Lego movies?

2. Have you ever seen any of the Lego movies?

The Lego Movie (2014)
17%
400 votes
The Lego Batman Movie (2017)
11%
262 votes
Lego: The Adventures of Clutch Powers (2010 Video)
4%
103 votes
The Lego Ninjago Movie (2017)
6%
139 votes
The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part (2019)
5%
118 votes
None of them
75%
1,717 votes
The life-sized version of the Star Wars Lego starfighter set #9493 was made with a whopping 5,335,200 Lego bricks. That makes it the largest Lego model ever built, 42 times the size of the actual Lego version that was available for sale. It was assembled by a team of 32 people over the course of 17,000 hours in Kladno, Czech Republic. At 43 feet from front to back, it's actually two feet longer than than the fictional X-Wing that Luke Skywalker flew into battle in the original Star Wars movie. It's almost impossible to believe that this was built entirely of Lego pieces. Did you play with Lego as a child (or even as a grownup)?

3. The life-sized version of the Star Wars Lego starfighter set #9493 was made with a whopping 5,335,200 Lego bricks. That makes it the largest Lego model ever built, 42 times the size of the actual Lego version that was available for sale. It was assembled by a team of 32 people over the course of 17,000 hours in Kladno, Czech Republic. At 43 feet from front to back, it's actually two feet longer than than the fictional X-Wing that Luke Skywalker flew into battle in the original Star Wars movie. It's almost impossible to believe that this was built entirely of Lego pieces. Did you play with Lego as a child (or even as a grownup)?

Yes as a child
28%
641 votes
Still do as an adult
9%
210 votes
Maybe with my children/grandchildren
20%
465 votes
Never played with Lego
43%
984 votes
08/16/2022 Trivia 2337 25 By: Harriet56
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