DETROIT (AP/WWJ) – Built almost entirely of Lego bricks, a 6-foot-tall model of downtown Detroit’s iconic Renaissance Center is now on display at the North American International Auto Show.

The Detroit Free Press reports the model, which contains more than 50,000 glued Lego bricks, was unveiled Monday at Cobo Center.

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The model will be on display through the end of the show on Sunday. It’s one of 10 Detroit-area landmarks made of Legos that will be on permanent display when a LEGOLAND Discovery Center opens this spring at Great Lakes Crossing Outlets in Auburn Hills.

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The landmarks were chosen through online voting last year. Other models include the “Spirit of Detroit” statue, the Motown Museum and Comerica Park.

The auto show runs 9 a.m. until 10 p.m. every day through Jan. 24. Tickets are $7 for seniors age 65 and over, and for kids ages 7 to 12. Adult admission is $13, and kids 6 and under get in free with a parent or guardian. Get complete shot information at this link.

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