LEGO Architecture 21055 Burj Khalifa available for UK fans

A set only available in limited locations has now made it to the official online shop – LEGO Architecture 21055 Burj Khalifa.

LEGO Architecture 21055 Burj Khalifa was released last year, but few fans would have noticed given that it was only available in Dubai and other neighbouring countries. Living up to the commitment not to sell regional exclusives, has now made the set available in the UK and Europe – with it presumably coming to the US later.

If it looks familiar to some collectors, the 333 piece set is a reissue of 21031 Burj Khalifa.

LEGO 21055 Burj Khalifa

Here is the official product description:

Enjoy some quality time recreating a famous Dubai landmark with the LEGO® Architecture Burj Khalifa (21055) construction set. Rising gracefully from the desert, the 2,716.5-feet-tall (828 meters), 160-story Burj Khalifa was the world’s tallest building on completion in 2010 and this impressive LEGO interpretation beautifully captures its instantly recognizable architectural details.

A wonderful gift idea for LEGO fans, Dubai residents and visitors, and all admirers of this ‘living wonder’, this building kit delivers an immersive, rewarding building experience and yields an eye-catching display piece for any home or workplace.

LEGO Architecture sets capture the essence of the world’s best-known buildings, monuments and cities. From iconic landmarks to city skyline models, there’s something for anyone interested in architecture, travel, history and design.

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