The biggest matchstick sculpture – The Minas Tirith model created out of 420,000 Matchsticks


The amazingly colossal matchstick sculpture of Minas Tirith, the capital of Gondor in J.R.R. Tolkien’s fictional Middle-Earth world, was created by Iowa-based artist Pat Acton, who spent three years and used 420,000 matchsticks and gallons of glue, in addition, behind The City of Kings (or the White City) was the supportive structure of Mount Mindoullin that was built of 24,000 small wooden blocks.

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Crooked House

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Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry

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The World Trade Center

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