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At 114 feet tall, it features a profile of Pac-Man and is topped by a Rubik's cube.
Lego maniacs, rejoice!
School kids in Hungary have just smashed the world record for the tallest Lego tower, crafting a 114-foot-tall pillar in Budapest using hundreds of thousands of the interlocking plastic bricks.
Guinness World Records verified the feat after its completion on Sunday.
The multi-colored tower sits in front of Budpest's St. Stephen's Basilica.
It features a profile of Pac-Man on the side.
And is even topped by a Rubik's cube, a Hungarian invention.
City workers helped install the creation over a five-day period.
The previous record holder was this 34.4-meter structure built last year with the help of school kids in Delaware.
Here's video of the Hungarian feat.