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This very detailed, miniature version of Los Angeles uses only legos

Complete with helicopters, car chases, and mariachi music With Los Angeles offering so many wonderful landmarks and places of interest spread haphazardly over miles of urban terrain, it’s often tempting to imagine a condensed version of the metropolis—one in which, say, you could easily walk from the airport to the beach to a movie at the Chinese Theatre without breaking too much of a sweat, or circle the entire city on a Metro train.
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