Gingerbread house takes 500 hours to make
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Gingerbread house takes 500 hours to make

A gingerbread model of Waddesdon Manor in Buckinghamshire has been unveiled by the National Trust, after "biscuit architects" took 500 hours to make it.

A gingerbread model of Waddesdon Manor in Buckinghamshire has been unveiled by the National Trust, after "biscuit architects" took 500 hours to make it.

The 1.5m-long model was made by "biscuit architects", who used 240 eggs, 216kg of icing and 30kg of sugar.

The model even includes miniature porcelain plates and chandeliers.