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Lego Obelisk . Spring break has been good to me! I am finally posting creations, many of which I built a while ago. . This particular MOC, like my last one, was built for a presentation. The subject of this demonstration was the Washington Monument, so I built an obelisk. Ian Spacek also had a presentation for which he produced this. Unfortunately, mine was less artistic and looks boring. Although the product served it's purpose, it was a real challenge to build this. Here is the interior. The base is wedged, and all the snotted plates meet at the top through modified 1x1 bricks. Here is another photo of the top. Not much here, but thanks for viewing! Soli Deo Gloria

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