This Lego city is big. Really big…

Feast your eyes on this Lego alien city – it has 200,000+ pieces and took over 600 hours to make.

This Lego city is big. Really big…

Pics: Mike Doyle blog

Feast your eyes on this Lego alien city – it has 200,000+ pieces and took over 600 hours to make.

'The Millennial Celebration of the Eternal Choir at K'al Yne, Odan' is five feet high and six feet wide.

It’s all the work of Mike Doyle. He dedicated it to “my parents, Mike and Mina, my wife Stephanie, my sons Ian and Caeden, Rev. Howard Storm and Dr Steven Greer”.

If you have a few dozen hours spare and fancy trying your hand at it, you can buy limited edition DIY building kits for sections of the masterpiece, including the Lego pieces and building instructions.

If your enthusiasm is more of the “armchair” variety, you can content yourself with some high-quality prints to hang on the wall.

The massive structure was designed to “promote the beauty of all intelligent life forms as extensions of our family – children under the same creative force”, says Doyle. We just love looking at it.

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