LEGO Brings Paris to Your Living Room: Meet the Must-Have Mona Lisa & Notre Dame Sets!

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Discover Paris with LEGO’s New Mona Lisa and Notre Dame Sets

Hey LEGO fans, great news! The LEGO Group just announced two amazing new sets that bring the spirit of Paris right into your home. Whether you’re an art aficionado or a history buff, these sets will have you buzzing with excitement. Ready to start building? Pre-orders are live today, May 7th!

First up, we have the LEGO Art Mona Lisa (31213). Inspired by the world’s most iconic painting, this 3D version of Leonardo da Vinci’s masterpiece is a must-have. Made up of 1,503 LEGO pieces, this set captures the rich color palette of the original artwork and even includes new hues to match da Vinci’s brushstrokes from over 500 years ago. The set features a removable, drum-lacquered gold frame, making it ready to hang right beside your other LEGO Art pieces.

Milan Madge, the designer behind the project, shared his excitement: “The Mona Lisa is world-famous, and it was a pleasure to help bring this piece of art history to life in LEGO form. We wanted to capture all the details and stories of this groundbreaking painting, and we hope art and LEGO lovers will enjoy hanging a piece of history on their walls.”

To help you immerse yourself even more in the Mona Lisa, LEGO is launching a special episode of The LEGO Art Podcast on October 1st. Hosted by Jack Gardner Vaa, it features fascinating insights from art experts and creators about the painting’s timeless appeal.

But wait, there’s more! For all you architecture enthusiasts, get ready to marvel at the LEGO Architecture Notre-Dame de Paris (21061) set. Available June 1st, this set is a detailed homage to the architectural evolution of this legendary Parisian landmark. You’ll journey from its 12th-century roots to the stunning cathedral it became before the tragic 2019 fire. Peek inside through the removable roof to admire the rose windows, gothic arches, two towers, and more.

Designer Rok Žgalin Kobe aimed to make this set as historically accurate as possible: “We wanted LEGO fans to retrace the construction journey of this landmark, encouraging a deeper appreciation of its real-life counterpart.”

Both sets are available for pre-order now at LEGO Stores and online at So, what are you waiting for? Grab your tickets to Paris, right in the comfort of your living room!

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