Guy fixes WWII-damaged buildings with Lego bricks

Germany suffered extensive damage during World War II. And today, if you visit Berlin, you can still find bullet holes and bomb blast craters on some of the city’s famous buildings and landmarks.

Thanks to Jan Vormann’s enthusiasm and his passion for Lego! He and some kids, parents and grandparents took the project “to another dimension” and filled up holes in walls around town with Lego bricks. He did this before in Italy and Israel. This time he did it in Berlin. Brilliant!

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[via yatzer]