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Los Angeles Landmarks & Legends Made of Lego

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Today is the 80th birthday of Lego, and for a Los Angeles-centric celebration, we've gathered up some Lego models and tributes to landmarks and people from not just SoCal's own Legoland in Carlsbad, but around the world.

What L.A. landmark or legendary resident would you like to see done in Lego?