ABOVE: Legoland is in Jutland,
several hours away from Copenhagen by train and bus. (The buildings in the photo
are made of Lego blocks.)
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the overnight ferry from to a Danish island in the Baltic with beaches, Bronze Age relics, and 200 km
(125 miles) of bike trails.
Just think what you could do with 33 million Lego
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