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Heaps of others, I think the Kremlin would be cool personally.
I would have to buy a St Basil's Cathedral though, although I can't see them doing it and I can't see them getting the roof right if they did.
The Blue Mosque in Istanbul would be cool, but obviously ruled out due to religion.
The Blue Mosque would be great too, but like you say I can't see them doing it. I wonder if its likely to be an American one this time?
Saint Basil's was the one I pictured in my head atleast.
Difficult, but cool.
Thanks @Jenni for the info about the set reveal at Brickfair. That might be Palace Cinema.
.. I WANT ONE!
The one you've shown is nice though...
In some ways I actually think the smaller one is better, seems to be more skill in making a small replica that actually looks like it. As the Sydney Opera House architecture set proves.
How do these things work? Will the model be there? It's during the convention part, which I'm not attending, so would love for whatever it is to be at the public days too.
That's the first time I've seen the Milwaukee Art Museum - it's absolutely astonishing.
If nothing else, I've certainly got some new wallpaper for my Mac!