Lego street party created in 30,000-piece model for Queen's 90th

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image captionThe miniature street party is made of 30,000 Lego bricks

A miniature street party made of 30,000 Lego bricks has been created to mark the Queen's 90th birthday.

The model, which took 650 hours to build, is on display at Legoland in Windsor.

It features rows of picnic tables, bunting, 600 guests and a miniature Royal Family displayed in front of a recreation of Buckingham Palace consisting of a further 35,000 bricks .

The exhibit will be on display until November.

image source, Jonathan Hordle / Rex Shutterstock
image captionThe model features a miniature Royal Family displayed in front of a 35,000-brick recreation of Buckingham Palace
image source, Jonathan Hordle / Rex Shutterstock
image captionThe model took staff 650 hours to build
image source, Jonathan Hordle / Rex Shutterstock
image captionThe exhibit features up to 600 miniature guests
image source, Jonathan Hordle / Rex Shutterstock
image captionThe exhibit will be on display at the resort until November
image source, Jonathan Hordle / Rex Shutterstock
image captionThe model features a miniature Royal Family displayed in front of a 35,000-brick recreation of Buckingham Palace
image source, Jonathan Hordle / Rex Shutterstock
image captionThe model was created ahead the official ‘Patron’s Lunch’ on Sunday
image source, Jonathan Hordle / Rex Shutterstock
image captionIt took 520 bricks to make the models of the Royal Family

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