People line up for a taste of this 12-foot-tall edible gingerbread house, which took a team of bakers two months to create in England.
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This model of the White House in the year 1800 was made with a combined 130 pounds (59 kilograms) of gingerbread, chocolate, and a sugary paste called marzipan.
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This tropical gingerbread house is escaping winter weather on its own private island.
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A miniature model of Egypt's Sphinx, placed in front of a mirror, shows some holiday spirit with a tiny Santa hat.
Photograph by AP Photo, Bebeto Matthews
The clock tower of Big Ben (left) and the London Eye Ferris wheel—famous landmarks in London, England—become bite-size with gingerbread.
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This gingerbread home is spicing things up with a funky Southwestern feel.
Photograph by RALPH LAUER, KRT, Newscom
Why stop at just one house? This gigantic gingerbread village weighs in at 1.5 tons (1,360 kilograms).
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Creators used hot chocolate as glue to put together this gingerbread Volkswagen bus (left), which is "parked" next to a real one.
Photograph by JULIAN STRATENSCHULTE, EPA, Newscom
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