A former NASA physicist says Lego people will outnumber humans by 2019. If that’s true, at least they’ll have a place to live and work.
The record-setting, 114-foot-tall tower stands in a Budapest, Hungary square.
The colorful structure was built at a Legos store and is topped with a Rubik’s cube.
CNN reports the Guinness Book of World Records calls the building, " the tallest structure built with interlocking plastic bricks."
The Guardian says school-aged kids pitched in to help build the tower. Budapest’s mayor told a gathering, he hoped the attention provided to the record will educate people about his nation and promote tourism.
The old record holder, located in Delaware, was 113 feet tall.