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First, there was the NASA female scientists collection. Now, Lego is releasing another epic toy set and… We. Can’t. Wait.

The Taj Mahal, a 5,923-piece Lego set, is being brought back by the iconic plastic building blocks company after seven years off toy-store shelves. From its blue mosaic tiles to its six ivory-white domes, the assembled product measures 16 inches high and 20 inches wide and pays tribute to the Indian mausoleum and World Heritage Site. (Um, when can we move in?)

The set will be available online on November 27, just in time for you—er, Santa—to add it to the gift list. At $370, it doesn’t come cheap. But hey, if your kid completes the project, you’ll basically have a new piece of art to display. 

’Til then, we’ll be practicing our mini-block-based construction skills, no doubt. 

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