The World's tallest LEGO tower was erected in Seoul, South Korea about a week ago.
More than 4,000 children, who had won a contest to join in the fun, used over 500,000 bricks in its construction.
The end result - a tower that measured a dizzying 31.9 meters (almost 105 ft) high.
Thus beating the previous 31.6m (a little over 103 1/2 feet) record set by France in October.
Danish Crown Prince Frederik laid the final record-breaking brick.
The event was a part of a celebration marking LEGO's 80th birthday.
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