Something is puzzling about majestic things – from The Taj Mahal in India and The Colosseum in Rome to the Eiffel Tower in France and the Statue of Liberty in the United States. What could be more puzzling than these things? Drum roll! The World’s Largest Jigsaw Puzzle. This massive monstrosity consists of 51,300 jigsaw pieces and spans a whopping 28.5 by 6.25 feet rectangle upon arrangement.
You might need to see it before believing it, but this 40-pound behemoth will take your breath away. This ginormous puzzle is made from premium quality material, which makes the pieces virtually dust-free. The surface of each piece is specially developed to create 27 crisp, realistic, and glare-free images of beautiful cities, landmarks, palaces, and other wonders of the world.
Perfect Jigsaw Pieces
You also don’t have to worry about imperfect or missing pieces. The World’s Largest Puzzle uses precision fit technology to ensure that the pieces of the Jigsaw are tailored to lock perfectly into one another.
The World’s Largest Puzzle needs a lot of room when it’s finished. It measures 28.5 ft, in length (just about the same as that of a London bus), and 6.25 ft in width (almost the height of Michael Jordan). So yes, you need it to give it some space.
This grand Jigsaw also takes quite some time to complete, say about a year. Don’t be daunted champ! Each puzzle image is packaged separately. In other words, there are 27 puzzle bags, each with 1900 pieces. Oh, that’s a lot of work, no? Well, thankfully the separate packaging ensures that you can work on them little by little, or tackle it all at once.
Like many great feats, the World’s Largest Puzzle tests your creativity, determination, and perseverance. And you don’t have to do it alone! You can work on the Jigsaw as a team! Solving this puzzle with friends and family at home or picnics is an excellent opportunity to bond and create fond memories.
Are there puzzle lovers you know? The World’s Largest Jigsaw Puzzle is literally the grandest gift you could get them! The saying goes that a journey of a thousand miles begins with a step. Well, it follows that a journey of a 51,300 jigsaw begins with a piece.