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World’s Largest Architecture Project Built From Playing Cards

American Architect Bryan Berg recently spent 44 days building the largest architecture project made from playing cards. Most of you out there probably enjoyed building small homes from matches or cards, but you probably never thought using more than 10 items to make a lasting “structure”. 218,792 cards (if you do the Math, that means no less than 4,051 decks) were used to create this free standing replica of the Venetian Macau, a luxurious hotel and casino located in China. The “building” was developed in the heart of the hotel and can be seen by anyone who enters the reception area. With this project, Bryan broke his own Guinness World Record Don’t you find the resemblance striking?-via Mail Online

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  1. March 29, 2010

    wow amazing show !!!

  2. July 5, 2010

    its fantastic.Go on

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