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Overall, this is a really great and iconic set that every single LEGO collector/fan would love to own. You will often see in the forums comments about purchasing this set at its current price, or even about attempts to bricklink it, that makes sense given the lack of exclusive parts. Other than the somewhat repetitive build, there is really a lot to like about this set, but some of the major factors in my decision are shown below:
Ok, this is the review for the spectacular, one of a kind, 10189 Taj Mahal. It is according to many, one of the big guys of the Lego investing world, some say it is only second to the 10179 UCS Millennium Falcon. And I would agree with this statement. I don't own this set personally (I certainly would love to), but this is a review of my own, plus some statements from other people.
This set has THE MOST pieces of any Lego set, period. a monstrous 5922 pieces and a crazy feat to try to build. ...