Monday, May 12, 2008

Lego Holy Land




Students from Ezra Academy in Woodbridge recently worked hard to construct a huge model of Jerusalem, made of an estimated 60,000 pieces of lego, in honor of Israel’s 60th birthday. The project also was intended to help the students learn more about the ancient city, its meaning to Jews and other religions throughout the world, and give them will have first-hand lesson of what they can accomplish in just a short time when they work together as a team, school officials said. The project was a "creation" of Stephen W. Schwarz, AIA, Architect of SWS Architects Livingston, NJ.

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