Giza Sphinx toothpick model - Syracuse, New York
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member mTn_biKer65
N 43° 02.827 W 076° 09.321
18T E 405900 N 4766694
Quick Description: Located in the Toothpick World portion of the Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science & Technology. Armory Square Syracuse, New York
Location: New York, United States
Date Posted: 3/17/2019 4:26:24 PM
Waymark Code: WM107Z3
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member wayfrog
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Long Description:
"Toothpick World
Where can you see all the tallest buildings in the world in one place? Right here in the Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science & Technology, in our Toothpick World exhibit!

North Syracuse resident and toothpick engineer Stan Munro built models of the world’s tallest buildings out of toothpicks and glue, and has them on display in a new location: the upper IMAX lobby. A second display features houses of worship from around the world.

Every structure is built to the same scale: 1/164, chosen initially because that’s the size of building that he could fit in his house. According to that scale, a person 6 feet tall would measure .44 inches high.

Toothpick World holds two Guinness World Records: tallest toothpick structure, set in 2013, and largest display of toothpick sculptures, set in 2014.

By the Numbers
5 to 6 million toothpicks used

13 years spent creating his toothpick buildings

300 structures built

40 countries represented

15 days average build time per structure

5 hours build time for easiest structure, Washington Monument

5 months build time for hardest structure, La Sagrada Familia in Barcelona" (visit link)

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Statue Name: Giza

Style: Egyptian

Medium: Toothpick

Head Type: Man

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Head Namesake: Not listed

Street Address: Not listed

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