Boy with autism builds the world’s largest Titanic replica out of 56,000 Lego bricks

Brynjar Bigisson, a 15-year-old autistic boy from Iceland, put together something pretty incredible with some 56,000 lego pieces. He made a 26-feet long replica of the Titanic, and it looks just great.

It took Brynjar 700 hours to build it and his grandfather helped him with the design of it. Friends and family donated money to help pay for the Legos, which came to about $10,000. That’s some pricey legos.

Not too surprisingly, Brynjar wants to be a captain when he grows up.

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