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LEGO Rereleases Its Majestic 5,922-Piece Set Of The ‘Taj Mahal’

By Mikelle Leow, 02 Nov 2017


Image via LEGO

Rome wasn’t built in a day, but you can soon attempt to fashion the ‘Taj Mahal’ within that length of time.

To celebrate its 10th anniversary, LEGO is re-releasing its ‘Taj Mahal’ set, which was discontinued in 2010.

Measuring at a height of 16-inches and a width of 20-inches, the upcoming kit will be the brand’s largest one after the ‘Millennium Falcon’ model that was launched in September.

The highly detailed set includes minarets, domes, arches, and stairs, at its forefront—so you can admire the UNESCO World Heritage Site in (almost) all its beauty, in the comfort of your own home. It has “the most elements ever featured in one set,” says LEGO.

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The ‘Taj Mahal’ kit is made for advanced builders and will retail starting 27 November 2017 at US$369.99 on the LEGO Shop.


The Taj Mahal. Image via Wikimedia Commons


Image via LEGO


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[via My Modern Met, images via various sources]
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