Move over Chile, Brazil has just finished building the world's largest Lego tower.
Standing at 31.19 meters the tower in the city of Sao Paulo breaks the previous record set in Santiago, Chile, in 2008 by 25 centimeters.
Brazilian former footballer Cafu was responsible for attaching the last piece of the tower, which was built in the parking lot of a shopping mall.
Lego sentΒ designers from Denmark to Brazil for the event, the company said on its website.
The tower took four days to build.
The first Lego tower was built in London in 1988 and stood just a little over 15 meters, according to Lego. Since then 53 cities have hosted the tower in more than 30 countries.