The Taj Mahal is being rebuilt. However, not the historic one in India. A replica of the Taj Mahal is being built in Dubai.

As another striking addition to Dubai's skyline, the UNESCO World Heritage site, the Taj Mahal, is coming to the United Arab Emirates.

Dubai is most known for its terrific shopping options, which lures in tourists, but the country is adding more to the mix. As the 8th most visited city in the world, Dubai is also seeking to impress tourists with its architecture.  Dubai is already home to the Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world, as well as one of the biggest malls in the world.

Dubai's Taj Mahal, also known as the "Taj Arabia," is also expected to be impressive. It will have a 300-room hotel, apartments, restaurants and stores, according to ABC. The project will cost over $350 million.

Dubai's tourism industry is hoping that the Taj Arabia will also become a top wedding destination as a symbol of love.

"Imagine if this immaculate tribute to love could be the setting for the milestone event in the life of a man and woman," says the voice greeting visitors to the project's website, as noted by ABC. "This dream will soon become reality."

The replica Taj Mahal isn't the only replicated landmark in Dubai. In the emirate's Falcon City of Wonders, there are replicas of Paris' Eiffel Tower, Egypt's Pyramid and the Great Wall of China. The Leaning Tower of Pisa will also be built as part of this  Dubailand project with an estimated $1.5-billion cost. Dubailand is an entertainment complex that is set to be built.

These attractions are sure to please tourists to the land. By 2015, Dubai is expected to accommodate over 15 million tourists.

The original Taj Mahal in Agra, India took over 22 years to build in the 17th century. The majestic building was created by Shah Jahan for his deceased wife Mumtaz Mahal. The couple is buried in the tomb of the building.