The Lego Beach In Britain

In Cornwall, Britain, Lego pieces are washed ashore due to a man-made disaster

Photo by Daniel K Cheung on Unsplash

Imagine you live in a beach house. You have a nice view and a lovely beach to relax. On top of that, you also have an unlimited supply of lego on the beach sand. It might sound like something out of a fairy tale, but it can be true. In Britain, there is a small town where you can dig…




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