Lego is a sweet reminder of our childhood, building things, letting our imagination run wild and the pain when you'd step on one.
But there's still love there, and we have some good news for all Lego lovers!
According to news reports, the Denmark-based company has announced the re-release of one of their largest ever kits, a 5,923-piece Creator Export kit of the Taj Mahal.
The kit was originally released in 2008 and discontinued in 2010, so this is great news for all those who love Legos and architecture.
The LEGO version of the Taj Mahal looks pretty similar to the architectural marvel located in Agra, Uttar Pradesh in India.
According to description by LEGO, the set is made up of 5,923 pieces. It contains four facades with arches, a central dome, arched windows, among other tidbits.
The LEGO Taj Mahal measures 20 inches wide and 16 inches high.
The set will be available on LEGO's official website from November 27, just in time for Christmas!