Lego bricks are a product that everyone can remember playing with from their childhood, if not just the multiple times you have stepped on one during your midnight walk to the toilet.

But you don’t really ever get the chance to build something big, and that’s why London’s Southbank Centre are giving their visitors the opportunity to help build a map of the world with Lego bricks.

The map will be constructed with over one million Lego bricks and will take place from today everyday for two weeks, between 12-4pm.

Each visitor who wants to get involved will be given a building plate along with a template of what they should build, which could range from the Sydney Opera House, The Great Sphinx of Giza, and the Alps, Andes, Himalayas or even the Rockies mountain ranges.

If you want to take part you will find the map on the Riverside Terrace outside the Royal Festival Hall on London’s Southbank.

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