Is this Lego's biggest set ever? 9,090-piece Titanic replica unveiled

Lego is releasing a nearly 10,000-piece set of perhaps the most famous passenger ship of all time: The RMS Titanic. (image credit: Lego)
At more than 53 inches long, Lego has described the replica as one of its "largest" sets ever. (image credit: Lego)
The 1:200 scale model breaks apart into three sections to reveal the interior of the doomed liner. (image credit: Lego)
You can see the first-class grand staircase, which ascends six decks, as well as the dining saloon, smoking lounge, and the boiler room. (image credit: Lego)
There are cargo cranes, lifeboats, anchors that can be raised and lowered, and a way to adjust the tension of the lines that run between the masts. (image credit: Lego)
Lego even recreated the ship's bridge, promenade deck, and pool. (image credit: Lego)
Lego said its Titanic set has 9,090 pieces in total. It will cost $630/£535 when it launches 8 November 2021 in the US and the UK. (image credit: Lego)

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