WILMINGTON, Delaware (NBC/WCAU) - Brick by brick, block by block, students in Delaware build a masterpiece to tower over the competition.
They should have a leg up with this LEGO tower.
Students in Wilmington spent the summer building it.
The tower stands 110 feet tall, holding more than half a million LEGOs, and it weighs a ton.
The last piece will be placed Tuesday night, and people from the Guinness World Record Book will be there to see if it breaks a record.
Students hope to reclaim the record for the tallest LEGO brick tower back for the United States. It's currently held by Prague in the Czech Republic.
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