LEGO Taj Mahal with LEGO Great Wall of China and LEGO Las Vegas bundle £249.99 at John Lewis & Partners
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LEGO Taj Mahal with LEGO Great Wall of China and LEGO Las Vegas bundle £249.99 at John Lewis & Partners

£249.99£325.4623%John Lewis & Partners Deals
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Refreshed 20th Apr (Posted 16th Apr)
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LEGO CREATOR 10256 TAJ MAHAL

  • LEGO interpretation of the real-world architectural wonder - the Taj Mahal
  • This toy is most suitable for children aged 16+ years old
  • Relaunched 2008 model, featuring 4 facades with arches and arched windows; central dome, 4 subsidiary domed chambers and 4 minarets, all topped with decorative finials; raised platform lined with recessed arches; ornate detailing throughout; and intricate tilework around the base
  • Divides into 7 modular sections for easier transportation.
  • This set includes over 5,900 LEGO® pieces and is one of the largest LEGO models ever created!
  • Special elements include 6 blue 16x32 baseplates, white 1x5x4 bricks with bow, lots of transparent elements, ‘Erling’ bricks and ‘jumper’ plates.

Recreate one of the world's great architectural wonders with the LEGO Creator 10256 Taj Mahal set.

First released in 2008, this amazing LEGO interpretation of a structure regarded by many as the world's most iconic symbol of love, has been relaunched to mark its 10 year anniversary. With more than 5,900 LEGO pieces, the model captures the grandeur of the huge ivory-white marble mausoleum and focuses on the structure's elaborate facades with sweeping arches, balconies, arched windows and intricate detailing.

Decorative finials top the central dome, subsidiary domed chambers and soaring minarets are topped with decorative finials, and the raised platform is lined with recessed arches. The model is finished with ornate detailing throughout and intricate tilework around the base.

With more than 5,900 pieces, this set is designed to deliver a rewarding building experience and makes a great display piece for the home or office.

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LEGO ARCHITECTURE 21041 GREAT WALL OF CHINA

  • Features a winding wall section with 2 turrets, draped over a mountainous landscape with trees and lakes.
  • Also features 2 decorative nameplates written in English and Chinese.
  • Connect multiple Great Wall models to expand your display.
  • The included booklet contains information about the design, architecture and history of the building
  • LEGO Architecture celebrates the world of architecture through the medium of the LEGO building bricks, and is developed for all with an interest in travel, architecture, history and design.

Recreate of one the modern wonders of the world with LEGO's Architecture 21041 Great Wall of China.

Built from the 7th century BC onwards, the Great Wall is a series of fortifications built to protect China from invaders.

Explore the ingenious building techniques that allow the structure to drape across thousands of miles of countryside, curving up, down and around mountains and rugged undulating terrain to form a harmonious blend of nature and architecture.

This accurately detailed LEGO interpretation depicts two turrets joined by a winding section of wall atop a dark-green mountainous landscape with lush valleys, trees and lakes, and is finished with decorative English and Chinese nameplates.

The model has been designed to deliver a rewarding and relaxing building experience to all with an interest in architecture, travel, history and design, and makes a truly dynastic centerpiece for the home or office.

You can connect multiple models to extend your Great Wall display.

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LEGO ARCHITECTURE 21047 LAS VEGAS

Recreate the splendour of one of the world’s great cities: Las Vegas.

Las Vegas and its most famous building are waiting to be built again. There’s the iconic Bellagio hotel, Luxor Hotel, Encore hotel, Stratosphere Tower and the Fremont Street Experience that come together to create an inspirational and instantly recognisable setting.

Each individual LEGO® structure provides a unique and rewarding building experience, with true-to-life colour and relative scale depiction. A colourful Welcome to Las Vegas sign and a Las Vegas nameplate add the finishing touches to this detailed recreation of one of the world's most vibrant cities.

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Is there a Notre Dame one available?
Funny is subjective.
Terreneflame9 m ago

It just wasn’t a funny “joke”a Notre Dame one would be excellent, it has be …It just wasn’t a funny “joke”a Notre Dame one would be excellent, it has been suggested Lego make one with a % of profits going to the restoration effort which sounds an excellent idea


Why should LEGO donate? France can afford to repair it.

Plus there is a current Paris skyline set in the architecture range and Notre Dame wasn't considered important enough to include.

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Is there a Notre Dame one available?
Wow, amazing price.
been looking at this for a while. very good price with the 2 additional sets. just wish it was the statue of liberty instead.
I do like the John Lewis deals when they include additional sets for free.
the cargo set is good with additional tracks
Edited by: "warburtona5" 16th Apr
Funny is subjective.
Fab find @DealDroid - hope you don't mind, have added some info to your OP, heat added
Terreneflame30 m ago

Just not funny


You're too serious. I actually want a Notre Dame Lego, and a Wembley Stadium one
This was posted by someone else last week.
Deja vu - this was posted recently but seems to have disappeared. Heat anyway.
topgun_maverick41 m ago

You're too serious. I actually want a Notre Dame Lego, and a Wembley …You're too serious. I actually want a Notre Dame Lego, and a Wembley Stadium one


It just wasn’t a funny “joke”

a Notre Dame one would be excellent, it has been suggested Lego make one with a % of profits going to the restoration effort which sounds an excellent idea
Terreneflame8 m ago

It just wasn’t a funny “joke”a Notre Dame one would be excellent, it has be …It just wasn’t a funny “joke”a Notre Dame one would be excellent, it has been suggested Lego make one with a % of profits going to the restoration effort which sounds an excellent idea


Tell us joke that you find funny then. We can then vote if it is funny or not.
Terreneflame9 m ago

It just wasn’t a funny “joke”a Notre Dame one would be excellent, it has be …It just wasn’t a funny “joke”a Notre Dame one would be excellent, it has been suggested Lego make one with a % of profits going to the restoration effort which sounds an excellent idea


Why should LEGO donate? France can afford to repair it.

Plus there is a current Paris skyline set in the architecture range and Notre Dame wasn't considered important enough to include.

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winstonmanc21 m ago

Why should LEGO donate? France can afford to repair it.Plus there is a …Why should LEGO donate? France can afford to repair it.Plus there is a current Paris skyline set in the architecture range and Notre Dame wasn't considered important enough to include.[Image]


I highly doubt that's why it wasn't included.
sonicfury12 m ago

I highly doubt that's why it wasn't included.



I believe Lego once did a Notre Dame model - you can still buy the equivalent Chinese version.

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Brilliant deal! I saw this (just the taj mahal)at the Lego
Discovery centre last week for about £400!
cb-uk1 h, 13 m ago

I believe Lego once did a Notre Dame model - you can still buy the …I believe Lego once did a Notre Dame model - you can still buy the equivalent Chinese version.[Image]


LEGO never did a Notre Dame model. They steer well clear of religious subjects. Apart from very early church sets, the only church I can think of is St Marks in the Venice skyline, done at microscale.
Edited by: "winstonmanc" 16th Apr
Tea_minion35 m ago

Brilliant deal! I saw this (just the taj mahal)at the LegoDiscovery centre …Brilliant deal! I saw this (just the taj mahal)at the LegoDiscovery centre last week for about £400!


That is a rip off then, as LEGO charges £299.99 for it.
sonicfury1 h, 31 m ago

I highly doubt that's why it wasn't included.


Why do you think it wasn't included then? They picked famous landmarks from Paris, and left that one out.
winstonmanc1 h, 11 m ago

Why do you think it wasn't included then? They picked famous landmarks …Why do you think it wasn't included then? They picked famous landmarks from Paris, and left that one out.


My best guess is for the reason you have mentioned above regarding the association with religion. Realistically, ask anyone which Paris landmark is more iconic and culturally relevant between Notre Dame and Montparnasse and you're only going to get one answer. The majority outside of Paris won't have even heard of Montparnasse so as I say I doubt lack of importance is the reason.
winstonmanc3 h, 12 m ago

Why should LEGO donate? France can afford to repair it.Plus there is a …Why should LEGO donate? France can afford to repair it.Plus there is a current Paris skyline set in the architecture range and Notre Dame wasn't considered important enough to include.[Image]


As a PR stunt clearly.
I am really unsure why that idea offended you so much, I would maybe calm down a bit
Great deal if you are after the Taj Mahal, £50 off rrp and two free sets worth about £40 each.
Throw dirt over it and charge white people triple price to view
topgun_maverick13 h, 8 m ago

Is there a Notre Dame one available?


If there was i would post it, its guaranteed to get hot.
winstonmanc12 h, 3 m ago

Why should LEGO donate? France can afford to repair it.Plus there is a …Why should LEGO donate? France can afford to repair it.Plus there is a current Paris skyline set in the architecture range and Notre Dame wasn't considered important enough to include.[Image]



So you decide on a monument's importance on whether or not Lego includes it in their architecture range?

Have they done a Pyramid, BTW?
Apparently their Natre-Dame model is reduced too as the kit has been reduced in size!
I had a hunch we'd get lots of Notre-Dame related jokes.
Terreneflame21 h, 14 m ago

As a PR stunt clearly.I am really unsure why that idea offended you so …As a PR stunt clearly.I am really unsure why that idea offended you so much, I would maybe calm down a bit


It didn't offend me. I just don't understand why a Danish company with no link to Notre Dame would want to charge their customers more for a model so they could donate to help fund repairs to a state owned building. If LEGO was a French company, or had some links to the building, I could understand it.
utopiasl12 h, 24 m ago

So you decide on a monument's importance on whether or not Lego includes …So you decide on a monument's importance on whether or not Lego includes it in their architecture range?Have they done a Pyramid, BTW?


No, but it obviously wasn't important enough TO LEGO to include it in their Paris skyline model.
sonicfury21 h, 24 m ago

My best guess is for the reason you have mentioned above regarding the …My best guess is for the reason you have mentioned above regarding the association with religion. Realistically, ask anyone which Paris landmark is more iconic and culturally relevant between Notre Dame and Montparnasse and you're only going to get one answer. The majority outside of Paris won't have even heard of Montparnasse so as I say I doubt lack of importance is the reason.


Yet look at what they included in the Venice skyline ...

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At this scale, there is no religious iconography shown.
All this talk of Lego steering clear of religion on a thread for the Lego Taj Mahal seems somewhat ironic
It's £135 from China for those who aren't too bothered about having LEGO printed on the bricks.
I should be able to complete it by the time we leave the EU.
Edited by: "davidridge1" 18th Apr
Is the Taj Mahal full scale?
Would the Notre Dame have stood, if it was built with lego instead of whatever material the French chose to use?
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hm...........
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