The American company for the production of photographic materials has released the largest puzzle in the history of “27 wonders from around the world.” The puzzle consists of 51 thousand 300 elements and is dedicated to famous architectural monuments, according to Insider.
“Each image was originally made by a professional photographer, then it was edited and printed in high resolution,” the creators of the giant mosaic said.
The set includes 27 separately packed puzzles, each of which consists of 1900 fragments (the size of one image in the finished form is 99 centimeters by 61 centimeters) and a poster.
Among the “wonders of the world:” the Nasir al-Mulk Mosque or “Pink mosque” (Iran), the Colosseum (Italy), the Borobudur stupa (Indonesia); the Eiffel Tower (France), the Pyramids of Giza (Egypt), St. Basil’s Cathedral (Russia) and others.
The collected puzzles are then combined into one large one. However, it will require a lot of space. The size of the 51,300-piece mosaic is approximately 8.69 meters by 1.9 meters.
It can only be purchased in the United States.
Previously, the largest puzzle in the world was considered a folding picture “Around the world” of 42 thousand parts. It was presented in October 2018 at the book fair in Saint Petersburg.