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Kodak Releases World’s Largest Puzzle With An Insane 51,300-Pieces

If you’re running out of things to do during quarantine then Kodak’s massive 51,300 piece puzzle is just the thing for you.

The puzzle, when completed, shows the 27 “wonders from around the world,” featuring images shot by professional photographers.

According to Kodak, “Celebrating the heritage of Kodak and beautiful photography,” the description of the gigantic puzzle on the camera company’s website reads. “Each photo was initially taken by a professional photographer, then digitally enhanced and printed in high quality. You’ll see the quality in every piece.”

The puzzle will take you anywhere between 16-21 days to complete if working on it non-stop.

Kodak’s 51,300 piece puzzle

 

The puzzle consists of 27 separate jigsaws of images from “wonders of the world,”such as the Great Wall of China, the Colosseum, the New York City skyline, and the Taj Mahal.

They then join together to form “one giant puzzle.”

Measures 6.25 ft in height and 28.5 ft in length

Image credits via: Serious Puzzles

Kodak’s puzzle will run you about $600 over on there website, but Amazon is selling it significantly cheaper here. Make sure to give this a share on Facebook before you go.

For more information visit Kodak

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