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AU Hotel’s gingerbread village going for realism with Hargis Hall depiction

Ye olde Hotel at Auburn University’s ginger bread village was unveiled last night. The frames of the village’s buildings—Samford Hall, Hargis Hall, Jordan-Hare Stadium, etc.—were constructed by students and faculty from Auburn University’s Master of Integrated Design and Construction Programusing using high-definition LiDAR technology.

It’s always awesome, but this year they’ve added an extra dimension of realism.

Too soon?

Yep, that’s a firetruck outside the gingerbread version of Hargis Hall, which was damaged by fire in early October.

We’re still looking for the gumdrop eagle splattering into a fondant Jordan-Hare luxury box.

Photo via Auburn film / restaurant review blog Movies ‘N Munchies.

Related: Local man builds 4,000 piece LEGO model of Samford Hall.

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