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One of the biggest Lego sets ever is about to make a comeback

Lego’s interpretation of the Taj Mahal was its biggest set ever when it was originally released back in 2008, and the 5,923-piece reimagining of one of the world’s architectural wonders is about to get a relaunch.

Its crown may have been stolen by the Ultimate Collector’s Edition Millennium Falcon and its 7,541 pieces, but the 16-inch tall, 20-inch wide Lego Taj Mahal is so huge it actually divides into seven modular sections for easier transportation.

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The stunning recreation captures the structure’s four facades with sweeping arches, balconies and arched windows, with the original proving so popular that boxed copies can sell for up to £4,000 on eBay.

That makes the new release’s £299.99 price tag seem almost palatable, so it’ll be well worth snapping up when it becomes available on November 27.

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