Lego debuts a 16-foot tall Egyptian


An Egyptian pharaoh made entirely of Lego winds its way along the River Thames during its final leg on a journey 1,395 miles from the Czech Republic.

Weighing one metric ton and comprising of about 200,000 bricks, the 16-foot statue is thought to be one of the largest models ever built by the toy company.

The replica is the centerpiece of a new attraction called “Kingdom of the Pharaohs” at Windsor’s Legoland, which opens for the season on March 21.