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Legoland wants suggestions for Philly landmarks to Lego-ize

Geno’s? City Hall? You decide.

Construction officially began on Legoland Philadelphia at its future site in Plymouth Meeting on October 25, with officials putting shovels to 50,000 Lego pieces in a ceremonial groundbreaking.

While kids (okay, and adults) wait for the spring 2017 opening, Legoland has put a call out for folks to nominate the Philly landmarks that they want to see Lego-ized at the 33,000-square-foot indoor space.

So what’ll it be? Geno’s Steaks? City Hall? Independence Hall? There are so many to choose from, but you have to pick one. You can nominate your favorite landmark here.