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See the World’s Largest Gingerbread Village at NY Hall of Science in Queens

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Bronx resident Jon Lovitch constructed the world’s largest entirely-edible gingerbread village, and the whole thing is available for viewing at New York Hall of Science in Queens.

Guinness World Records has certified the project dubbed “Gingerbread Lane.” For the official honors, Lovitch presented on Nov. 17 a village of 157 buildings, each at least 5.9 inches in height. The piece featured 135 residential buildings and 22 commercial buildings (school, train terminal, subway, etc.).

The exhibit runs until Jan. 12, 2014. Ticket info is here.

For more on this story, check out this New York Times feature.

Photo via NYSCI.

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