The Waddesdon Manor country house celebrated its 2016-2017 winter and Christmas festivities with a unique gingerbread replica of the estate's remarkable architecture and interiors.
Created in October by the London Biscuiteers bakery, the gingerbread model lets visitors look at the details of the house constructed in the 1880s for Ferdinand de Rothschild as a home for his rich art collection, from a different perspective.
It took two icers 500 hours to complete the edible replica made out of 30kg of butter and sugar, 240 eggs and 216 kg of icing, a spokesperson for Waddesdon Manor told Reuters.
The over two-meter large model is put on display in the Coach House gallery where visitors can witness this piece of 'biscuit architecture' until January 2, the Manor said.
More information about Waddesdon Manor can be found on their official website here: www.waddesdon.org.uk