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PostSubject: Some history about LEGO..   Fri Sep 10, 2010 12:54 pm

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LEGO is created in Denmark. Our country must be popular..



I many times say that in school (just in danish). Because LEGO is made in Denmark Billund, where there is a LEGO-Land too, (never been there).


If you have some more history to add, please contact. I'll give you credit for the update.
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