Brazil has smashed Chile's record by completing the world's largest Lego tower.
CNN is reporting that the tower -- erected at a Sao Paulo shopping center -- reaches a height of 102 feet and 3 inches, breaks the previous record set in Santiago by 25 centimeters (9.84 inches).
As the Telegraph reports, the tower is composed of 500,000 individual pieces -- the last of which Brazilian soccer great Cafu snapped into place Saturday.
View photos of the record-breaking tower here:
World's Tallest Lego Tower
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