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  1. I hope this is the right forum for this MOC. I figured the Baba Yaga is historical in a legendary sort of way....... Deeply rooted in old Slavic folklore, the Baba Yaga is as mysterious as she is terrifying. Tales vary as to who and what she really is, but most agree that the Baba Yaga is an old hag who dwells deep in the forest in a magical hut on chicken legs. She feeds on unwary humans, and her home is adorned with their skeletal remains. This LEGO® depiction is comprised of 5,148 pieces, took 12 days to design & create and was completed in August 2019. Home of the Baba Yaga by Jessica Farrell, on Flickr Home of the Baba Yaga (2) by Jessica Farrell, on Flickr Baba Yaga, Deep in the Forest by Jessica Farrell, on Flickr Baba Yaga's Hut on Chicken Legs by Jessica Farrell, on Flickr The Baba Yaga by Jessica Farrell, on Flickr