You have to admire people who can build almost anything out of Lego pieces.

Should you find yourself traveling through St. Pancras Station in London, England, this holiday season, be sure to stop and gaze at what is believed to be the largest Lego Christmas tree ever built. At about 33 feet, this Lego Christmas tree took about two weeks to assemble (if I did it, it would take about two years) and contains over 600,000 Lego blocks.

David Buxbaum, marketing director for Lego, recently told Toy News, "This magnificent Christmas tree is a shining example...and shows that with Lego bricks you can let your imagination run wild and build anything."

It also serves as a very nice advertisement that your kids really, really want Legos for Christmas.