by Chandini Antal

Recently Kodak has come out with the largest puzzle on the market: The 27 Wonders from Around the World This puzzle has 53,100 pieces and runs for six hundred dollars. Not only does it have the most pieces it also is 28.5 feet by 6.25 feet. To put this into perspective the average giraffe is fifteen to twenty feet tall. Making up this massive puzzle is  27 smaller pictures of famous scenery of the world like the roman colosseum, the Taj Mahal, and St. Basils cathedral. To make completing the puzzle easier the 27 pictures come individually wrapped in packages of 1,900 pieces and are 39 by 24 inches. According to PuzzleWharehoue the average time it takes to complete a 1000 piece puzzle is 4 hours, so to complete this puzzle by the standards it would take 2052 hours to complete it.

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