Have a look at this extremely delicate structure that is miraculously standing on its own. This marvelous architecture which represents the Venetian Macau [ " the China-ruled city's version of Las Vegas' neon alley"], is actually an assembly of free standing cards made possible by the American architect Bryan Berg. It took him 44 days to create this model with 218,792 cards which is on display at The Venetian Macau itself.
This huge feat not only shows the immense patience of the builder but marks this card installation as the largest house of cards [or rather it should be mentioned as building of cards!] which has made its way to none other than the Guinness World Records, and that too by excelling his own record.
[source : dailymail.co.uk]