The American professor, 42-year-old Paul Jansen, spent more than 1,000 hours of labour and 1,000,000 LEGO® blocks to create a replica of the stadium of his favourite Ohio football team "Buckeyes". The stadium has been opened in 1922 and it has more than 100,000 seats for fans.
To create an absolute copy of the stadium, he had to painstakingly study the original, as well as its photographs taken from the satellite. One can only envy the persistence of this person, because he spent about 3 years collecting all the necessary details, and the total amount of money spent on creating this wonderful replica was around $ 75,000. Interesting fact – the replica can only handle 6000 minifigures.
Enjoy the pictures and documentary video below.
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