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In pictures: City of biscuits

Building made of biscuits

A team of artists have been working on the biscuit city at a London department store for six days

Artists building a city made of biscuits

A total of 72,000 biscuits, including ryvitas and gingernuts, will be used to create the cityscape

A traditional Asian city made of biscuits

A traditional Asian city is represented in one part of the installation

Building made of biscuits

And an artist's interpretation of New York's Empire State Building stands in the city

Cityscape made of biscuits

The city will be about 12 metres long once completed

Church made of biscuits

Artists were given drawings to create some of the key buildings

Building made of biscuits

People can watch the artists as they painstakingly create the buildings

Building made of biscuits

And shoppers at Selfridges in Oxford Street will be able to tuck in to the biscuits once the city is finished



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