This Lego model of Bhutan's Tiger's Nest monastery is almost as impressive as the original
Who knew that something so spectacular in real life could look equally impressive as a Legos model. Using roughly 150,000 Lego parts, Anuradha Pehrson recreated the Bhutan's Tiger's Nest monastery totally flawlessly. The Lego aficionado is from India and she spent eight months building the monastery replica.
What's even more amazing about the creation is that Anuradha Pehrson built it without ever actually visiting the monastery, although she does hope to make the trek to Bhutan.
She based the model on two separate photos of the building at different angles, and she kept building it until she felt like she achieved a similar match to the monastery. The Lego master built the structure for the 2013 BrickCon Exhibition in Seattle, Washington.
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